Camran Khan of brightLET.
The cloud-based property & lettings platform has been selected to join the Barclays Scale Up UK Programme in partnership with the University of Cambridge.
Barclays and the University of Cambridge’s Judge Business School have teamed up to help expected high-growth start-ups and small businesses scale up with the Barclays Scale Up UK Programme.
The programme will consist of a 36-week course and is aimed at providing company founders and senior executive teams with strategies to accelerate growth and tackle challenges faced by businesses when scaling up.
“We feel it has come at the perfect time that will help
The Barclays Scale Up Programme will cover six core themes that are key to growth: targeting a clear and strategic positioning, understanding customers, finding an economic mechanism for growth, strengthening processes, building talent that allows growth, and finding the capital.
The course will be led by a top team of coaches and mentors from the Entrepreneurship Centre, located at Cambridge Judge Business School.
Hanadi Jabado, executive director of the Entrepreneurship Centre, said: “Scaling up successfully is a key challenge for many businesses, so Cambridge Judge joined up with Barclays to offer companies the opportunity to upgrade their managerial skill sets.”
“We’re delighted to provide our expertise to allow companies to grow to their full potential.”
Richard Heggie, head of high growth and entrepreneurs at Barclays, added: “We know that building great businesses of scale and value is a team effort, requiring strong leadership and management capabilities.
“The programme supports founders and CEOs, and their senior management teams, in building these capabilities, and equips them with cutting-edge techniques and frameworks to transform growth.
“Just recently, the ScaleUp Institute’s annual review highlighted the importance of leadership and management skills, and we are proud to be playing our part by helping clients develop them in their businesses.”
The PropTech firm claims to save landlords an average of £450 per property per year.