In 2015, 16% of companies derived turnover from supplying environmentally-friendly goods – such as energy efficiency, waste recovery and eco-food and drink products – but this increased to 45% in 2022 as more firms identified opportunities in the UK’s race to net zero.
Graduates across the health care sector, including nursing, paramedics and mental health services experienced first-hand the impact of the pandemic by working alongside key workers on their student placements.
Hundreds of Ukrainian businesses affected by the Russian invasion and ensuing conflict took part in the first of three online lectures on disaster management, resilience building and sustainable growth delivered by an academic expert from Birmingham City University.
The award, in the category of International Trade, is a huge achievement for the university, which has worked tirelessly to build relationships with institutions and companies throughout the world
The data gap in the voluntary, community and social enterprise (VCSE) sector is to be plugged by a new national observatory, which aims to bring the whole sector together to better understand its strengths and weaknesses and articulate its needs.