Goldman Sachs work with University to help entrepreneurs realise potential
Goldman Sachs has launched a pioneering project in Yorkshire and the Humber to help unlock the economic growth and job creation potential of small businesses and social enterprises.
The investment bank is funding a pilot business education programme for 25 entrepreneurs from across the region who have been chosen for their high growth capacity.
The course will be delivered by experts from Leeds University Business School and Saïd Business School at Oxford University, who helped to devise the programme.
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