The KAN Project’s purpose is to provide assistance to regional SMEs in order to facilitate and support the generation of jobs and employment.
The University of Chester chose Roy Shelton and DropJaw Ventures in 2012 to be on the small team providing coaching support to the Knowledge Action Network (KAN) programme for small and medium sized enterprises, a project part-funded by the European Regional Development Fund.
“DropJaw has consistently been a top choice of delegates on the programme and has worked with a range of KAN businesses to support the project themes of innovation and growth.
Roy’s understanding of the challenges faced by early and mid-stage companies, together with highly relevant technical knowledge, has been an ideal combination to complement the KAN programme of workshops and business diagnostics.
Over the three years of the project, university members of the consortium will recruit SMEs and work closely with them in order to uncover innovation challenges, provide coaching and arrange expert speakers in relation to specifically identified issue areas.”
Kay Kent, Director – Strategic Projects, BA (Hons), MBA, FHEA, FCMI, MCIPR
DropJaw has now worked across three different cohorts of KAN businesses and also been selected by delegates to provide additional supplementary coaching. Feedback confirms Roy’s input has been highly valued and has assisted his business group to meet their plans for growth and development.Return to Recent Projects