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New businesses run by women are less likely to expand internationally than male-run companies, according to new research carried out by academics at Sheffield Hallam University.
The study, carried out by a team of researchers from the University’s Business School, examines companies under five years old in order to assess the most significant factors supporting or hindering internationalisation. Continue reading
Several courses run by Sheffield Business School have retained the EPAS Accreditation Award from the European Foundation for Management Development (EFMD). Continue reading
A joint venture between Sheffield Hallam University, Sheffield Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust and Sheffield City Council, the Olympic Legacy Park has already received the backing of Lord Sebastian Coe and Olympic boxing champion Nicola Adams.
The planning application for the Olympic Legacy Park (OLP) in the east end of Sheffield includes the Advanced Wellbeing Research Centre, which will be run by Sheffield Hallam University pioneering technologies for healthcare companies including Toshiba to help people move more.
The centre has 34 PlayStation4 development kits for students on final year undergraduate and postgraduate courses, developing the next generation of videogame talent. Continue reading
Instead, the workshop contains the technology needed to revolutionise the way thousands of people with facial disfigurements are treated every year.
Tom’s firm Fripp Design, based at the Advanced Manufacturing Park in Catcliffe, Rotherham, has devised a 3D printing method which can make prosthetic facial features for as little as £150 – making the process cheaper, quicker and more accurate.