Our Realising Regional Growth series exploring the role of innovation in supporting cities to reach their full economic potential returns, this time focussing on Cambridge City Region.
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Hear from the people at the forefront of innovation in each of the Innovation Accelerator locations on what they hope to achieve.
Centre for Cities’ Realising Regional Growth event brought together Lord Sainsbury and West Midlands Mayor Andy Street, alongside other local leaders, to discuss the city-region’s economy and...
Centre for Cities’ Realising Regional Growth event brought together Lord Sainsbury and West Yorkshire Mayor Tracy Brabin, alongside other local leaders, to discuss the future of the region’s economy and its potential as an innovation hub
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Discussions on R&D spending need to move beyond geographic imbalances in public funding if they are to help policy makers encourage innovation in other parts of the country.
Government R&D investment should recognise the link between a place's innovative businesses and its broader economic success.
New research finds that cities with a combination of both scientific and creative industries are often the most innovative.
While there is broad consensus that there should be a geographic shift in the balance of R&D spending, there is less agreement on where it should be spent to have the greatest impact.
A recent study by Centre for Cities, commissioned by Connected Places Catapult, analysed which of Great Britain’s 62 cities and largest towns have the most potential to harness extra public R&D funding and convert it into wider local economic growth – helping level up the whole UK.