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You’ve had to change how you work during this health crisis, and us too. We’re all working remotely, and at The Inclusivity Project, we’re still working to support you.

We’ve been researching health and work for over a year. So we’re ready to support SMEs in Cornwall and the Isles of Scilly through this crisis, and beyond. Join The Inclusivity Project community, and find out how we can help your business.

Sign up here for exclusive access to 3 recorded webinars tailored to help businesses with regrowth and wellbeing in the Covid-19, post-lockdown moment. 

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Your business matters to us. Throughout this challenging time, through The Inclusivity Project, the University of Exeter and our partners are committed to working with and supporting you.

Although we are following government advice by working from home, our team at The Inclusivity Project remains available and committed to all of our existing as well as new clients.

In your very first email from us, you’ll receive access to three video trainings, perfectly apt for helping your business or organisation #emergeinclusive in these Covid-19 and post-lockdown times.

In these three exclusive webinar recordings, you’ll learn:

What smart, flexible work options others are using

(hint: homeworking is just ONE option).

Getting the view from:

Paul Banks – Managing Director, Fresha Catering.

Ruth Gawthorpe– CEO, The Smart Working Revolution.

Whether online working is really inclusive

Hearing from:

Tigger Pritchard, an Autism Advocate, Consultant and Trainer.

Ben Bolton, Cornwall and Isles of Scilly Digital Skills Partnership Coordinator.

Dr Tanvir Bush, Associate Research Fellow at Bath Spa University exploring aspects of disability and exclusion

Julie Hawker, joint CEO of Cosmic, an ethical IT business.


What innovation funding is, and how to access it


Layla Burrows, Access to Funding and Finance Manager at Business West.

Jeremy Sneller, CEO, Touchbyte Ltd.

Dr. Sebastian Brown, Research Director, SageTech Medical Equipment Ltd.

Marc Barlow, Formerly Head of Global Strategic Marketing/Care Area Marketing, GE Healthcare.

Emma Seymour, Smartline.