How to become a Data Driven Business for Enhanced ProductivityMember News
Aston University cordially invites you to our half-day Data Management Workshop on Thursday 7th February 2019 in Birmingham. The interactive workshop will explore data management techniques that can help your organisation save energy costs, improve efficiency and obtain maximum value from your energy and operational data. For further details and to register please click here.
On the day-
- Explore data management best practice and techniques
• Achieve more subjective forecasting
• Inspire better engineering using inputs from unique data analysis
• Turn your data into energy saving
• Identify current sources of data you use to measure, analyse, and interpret
What happens next:
- Eligible SMEs can register on the Low carbon SMEs programme to receive a free energy efficiecny review and apply for Low carbon grants.
- Our data experts at Aston University are keen to continue to support you to enhance productivity through better data management.
Aston University is delivering the Low Carbon SMEs project which seeks to assist small and medium sized enterprises (SMEs) in Greater Birmingham, Solihull and the Black Country to reduce their energy use and embark on a Low Carbon journey. Our Energy experts provide a holistic approach to energy efficiency based on your needs that will lead you to higher productivity and increased net profit.
Please Note: This workshop is open to all SMEs in the Greater Birmingham&Solihull LEP area only. We will be hosting similar workshop in Black Country soon.
- The company must employ less than 250 employees
- Have an annual turnover of not exceeding €50 million and/or an annual balance sheet not exceeding €43million
- Be based in Birmingham, Solihull, Wyre Forest, Bromsgrove, Redditch, East Staffordshire, Lichfield, Tamworth,Cannock Chase, Dudley, Sandwell,Walsall,Wolverhampton.
- Have received no more than €200,000 of de minimis State Aid in the past 3 years.
This programme is part funded by European Regional Development Fund