The University of Kent’s Business School welcomes a new expert in SMEs

Toby Lindsay has recently joined the research team within the Centre for Employment, Competitiveness and Growth (cECG) at the University of Kent’s Business School. A serial entrepreneur with experience of a supporting a number of organisations from start-up to exit. Toby now works extensively with Small and Medium Sized Enterprises (SMEs) in helping them to grow, develop and profit and brings his broad experience, and deep interest, in the world of SMEs to the Centre.

As Dr Mark Gilman, Director of cECG notes:

Toby’s research and enterprise interests align closely with our vision of identifying the key drivers of growth in SMEs and developing impact within academic, business, practitioner and policy making communities

As Dr Simon Raby, Head of SME Partnerships highlighted:

These are exciting times for the Kent Business School and SMEs with whom we work. Research underpins our work with SMEs and enables us to create relevant, accessible and practical solutions for the business community

And Toby Lindsay reported:

I am delighted to be part of such a progressive team developing new knowledge on SMEs

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