Our Partners

Our partners for the conference were:

Government Equalities Office

GEO

The Government Equalities Office (GEO) is responsible for equality strategy and legislation across government. The department takes action on the government’s commitment to remove barriers to equality and help to build a fairer society, leading on issues relating to women, sexual orientation and transgender equality.

www.gov.uk/government/organisations/government-equalities-office

British Library Business & IP Centre

British Library Business & IP Centre

The Business & IP Centre in London is designed to support entrepreneurs and SMEs from that first spark of inspiration to successfully launching and developing a business. Since it opened in March 2006, we have welcomed over 400,000 people through the doors. The Centre offers free access to the UK’s most comprehensive collection of business and intellectual property information, including thousands of market research reports and up-to-the- minute online databases on companies, markets and business news, as well as patents and other forms of intellectual property.

The value of this information is estimated at over £5 million, giving you access to the same, if not better resources as a major corporate company. British Library information experts are on hand to guide you to the resources you need. Anyone is welcome to use the Library. The Centre also offers free and highly discounted workshops, advice sessions and networking events run by British Library staff and its partners, deigned to give you the skills, tools and networks necessary to start up and run a business.

www.bl.uk/bipc

 

 

 

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1010 Cambourne Business Park,
Great Cambourne,
Cambridge,
CB23 6DP

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