Evidence and Case Studies
Chair: Sherry Coutu CBE, Scaleup Institute
The Evidence Committee members are Tera Allas, Thomas Hoegh, Anders Hoffman, Reid Hoffman, Professor Daniel Isenberg, Martha Lane Fox, Rhett Morris, Professor Henry Overman, Tamara Rajah, Professor Peter Tufano.
Applying a rigorous and transparent academic approach to its evaluation, the Evidence Committee holds open calls for case studies to be submitted about programmes that have significant impact on scaleups. For the Scale-Up Report of 2014, this group analysed several hundred case studies and endorsed 29 of them: these are listed below. A further review of programme exemplars is being conducted in 2016 and the Evidence Committee will be calling for applications to be submitted.
The Evidence Committee will report on the number of of scaleup companies as a proportion of the business population (by UK LEP and devolved region) with a view to publishing results on a yearly basis and assess this against the five year plan.
The Evidence Committee members are Thomas Hoegh, Reid Hoffman, Martha Lane-Fox, Tamara Rajah, Linda Rottenberg, Professor Peter Tufano, Tera Allas, Caroline Daniel, Anders Hoffman and Professor Dan Isenberg.
The current leading programmes endorsed by the Evidence Committee
Responses to consultations
The Scale-Up Institute works with policy makers to identify opportunities that will further support scaling businesses. It sets out the economic case and actions required to make Britain brilliant at scale-ups, and responds to calls for evidence and consultations
UK Digital Strategy: request for submissions
Our response to the request for submissions from Digital Economy Minister, Ed Vaizey MP. It is essential that the Government’s new Digital Strategy takes account of the needs of scale-up businesses
Full response (PDF)
Better Use of Data: consultation paper
Our response to the Cabinet Office Better Use of Data consultation paper. It is encouraging that the Government is determined to take forward further work in using data in even more effective ways.
Full response (PDF)