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The Black Country Local Enterprise Partnership (BCLEP) aims to create the conditions for enterprise to flourish resulting in greater economic prosperity across the Black Country area.
It will do this through facilitation and co-ordination of actions by private, public and voluntary sector organisations with a focus on stimulating the drivers of economic development, education & skills development and infrasturcuture & environmental enhancements.
Outcomes from these collaborative actions are focused on increasing the levels of employment, improving the levels of businesses operating within the area, modernisation and diversifying the business base and upskilling across the workforce, which will all contribute to the BCLEP's Key Performance Measure of closing the Black Country's productivity gap (2012 -£6.2bn pa)
A significant proportion of government funded research operates through Research Councils UK (RCUK) with the majority of grant-making devolved to the disciplinary research councils. RCUK's core aim is to ensure the UK is "the best in the world to do research, innovate and grow business".
The University of Wolverhampton Brussels office's principle aim is to assist senior management and academic staff in the income generation, collaborative research and to improve their access to EU funding. We also aim to improve staff knowledge and skills in developing quality proposals to various funders and delivering successful projects.
We work for both the internal and external relations of the organisation, with a view to strengthen our University's researcher's participation in the EU and secure funding for its scientific and technological projects.