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The LCR 4.0 team host regular events to offer practical advice for your business, allowing you to access fully funded support on digital themes tailored to your business. While also offering you the opportunity to network with a range of like-minded companies.

There are no planned events at this time, please check again soon.

Past events

Project: LCR4.0 Start 24 February 2021

Moving face-to-face delivery online

Businesses have been forced to move face to face delivery online, but how do you measure impact and ensure your clients are engaging? This is a private event but please get in touch if you are interested in joining: hello@lcr4.uk

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3 February 2021

Shaping the Life Sciences and Pharmaceuticals talent pool

An interactive workshop for employers in Life Sciences and Pharmaceuticals led by the Prosper team at the University of Liverpool.

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2 February 2021

Shaping the Advanced Manufacturing and Materials talent pool

An interactive workshop for employers in Advanced Manufacturing and Materials, led by the Prosper team at the University of Liverpool.

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Project: LCR4.0 Start 21 January 2021

Using AI in legal and professional services

Interested in enhancing productivity in your law firm using data analytics and AI, but not sure where to start?

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Project: LCR4.0 Start 19 November 2020

Smart Data North

10am - 11:30am Sensor City is running its third smart cities event with a focus on Data and Cyber Security. The topics of data and cybersecurity are ever more relevant as the world and cities in which we live have had to adapt to a more digitally reliant way of working. This online event will include presentations and Q&A opportunities covering the risks of digital transformation and connected devices, data science and smart city applications as well as safeguarding controls for data integration and sharing.

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Project: LCR4.0 Start 16 November 2020

How your business can use the Kickstart Scheme

The government has introduced a new Kickstart Scheme in Great Britain, a £2 billion fund to create hundreds of thousands of high-quality 6-month work placements aimed at those aged 16 to 24 who are on Universal Credit and are deemed to be at risk of long term unemployment.

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