Cardiff retains Small Business Charter

Cardiff University

Cardiff University has reaffirmed its commitment to helping small businesses build post-pandemic prosperity in Wales.

Cardiff Business School has successfully retained its Small Business Charter accreditation, awarded by the Chartered Association of Business Schools (CABS) for a further five years.

The agreement recognises the role Business Schools and their associated universities play in supporting small businesses, entrepreneurs, start-ups and student enterprise.

As one of two accredited business schools in Wales, Cardiff is now eligible to participate in the UK Government’s new Help to Grow scheme, providing tailored practical management training for small businesses on a heavily subsidised basis.

The recent Charter reaccreditation assessment panel visit was attended by organisations including the Federation of Small Businesses and the Institute of Directors Wales, and representatives from small businesses who partner with the business school and entrepreneurial students, including those with their own start-ups.

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