A NEW INSTITUTE of Innovation and Entrepreneurship has been launched through a partnership between Deloitte and the London Business School.
Research, teaching and outreach will be used to provide information, insight and resources to tomorrow’s entrepreneurs, with the aim of boosting growth and tackling socio-economic challenges.
The Big Four firm will partner the institute for decade. LBS dean Sir Andrew Likierman said: “Innovation is one of the key drivers of everything that goes on in business.”
David Sproul, who takes over as Deloitte chief executive and senior partner from 1 June, said: “With the UK at an economic crossroads, businesses and policymakers are seeking new ways to stimulate and sustain growth.
“This exciting new partnership will harness the benefits of London Business School’s leading research and education capabilities with Deloitte’s real-time insights into the challenges and opportunities facing British businesses.”
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