Identify pressing research areas related to people, place and performance. We strive to create a positive impact at a community and policy level using problem-based, impact-driven research.
Help prepare University students with a foundation to operate effectively within the world of employment and to be equipped with the knowledge and the skills to go on and create new start-ups and SME’s of tomorrow.
Build on the latest research and practice to create a positive impact to shape policy and deliver in the communities that are served by the University of Liverpool.
Interested in entrepreneurship and start ups?
The Entrepreneurs Monthly Meet-up is a University HEIF-funded initiative that connects and exposes students and graduates to the very best entrepreneurs and independent businesses in the Liverpool City Region and beyond.
Join our next Entrepreneurs Monthly Meet-up at Liverpool Science Park on Thursday 26 January.
From Covid-19 to collapse? The self-employed and the cost of living crisis
New report by Centre's Director, Professor Robert Blackburn, continues to paint a gloomy picture for the self-employed three years after COVID19 and in the context of rising inflation. The survey also shows the UK self-employed report now greater allegiance to Labour.
REF 2021 results revealed
Read more about the latest results in which 91% of the research submitted by ULMS classifies as 4* (world leading) or 3* (international excellent).