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BCU business support still open for business

Birmingham City University is providing assistance to businesses during the Covid-19 pandemic through its re-launched BCU Advantage business support platform

BCU Advantage website launch

The BCU Advantage platform has been redesigned to provide a more user-focussed and mobile friendly offer for businesses and organisations looking to access support from BCU. With a product offering that helps business to Start, Grow and Innovate, BCU Advantage is the gateway to access all of the University’s business support services.

Deputy Vice-Chancellor Professor Julian Beer says;

“We are fully aware of the difficulties being faced by businesses of all sizes and across all sectors in this current situation. Through BCU Advantage we are able to direct entrepreneurs, businesses and organisations to the services that BCU is continuing to offer as well as signposting to different sources of advice and support that are available from our partners”.

“Any business requiring help can easily find the support they need on the website and contact us through the online enquiry. Enquiries filter through our CRM system and are referred to colleagues to follow-up”

“We have relaunched our support offer through BCU Advantage to facilitate the building of long-term on-going relationships with businesses and organisations. We are here to support them as they develop through their different life-stages with the knowledge, skills, facilities and funding they need to achieve their business goals.

Businesses can access support to Start, Grow and innovate through the BCU Advantage website.