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Research, Business and Innovation wrote: A History of Knowledge Transfer Partnerships at UWE Bristol
At UWE Bristol we have been running Knowledge Transfer Partnerships (KTP) for nearly 40 years. The KTP scheme is a UK-wide programme helping businesses to improve competitiveness and productivity. The above graphics show some statist (More)
A group of 13 students on the BA (Business) Team Entrepreneurship programme at Bristol Business School have been selected to take part in the Global Business Challenge, a three-month experiential learning opportunity focused on solving real challeng (More)
Original post appeared on Business Leader. Businesses based at UWE Bristol’s science and tech hub Future Space are celebrating the award of Innovate UK funding designed to help companies continue innovation and development activities through t (More)
We have spoken to several Team Entrepreneurship students who own start-up businesses about their experiences during the coronavirus pandemic. This case study is from Benjy Johnstone, founder of Milkman Store. Milkman Store Truthfully, the Mil (More)
Moon Executive Search, Faculty of Business and Law Advisory Board member, have published a blog outlining guidance on holding AGM's under the restrictions of coronavirus. Originally posted on Moon Executive Search. The Quoted Companies Allianc (More)
Employability in Applied Sciences wrote: Think Different, Be Different! Develop an Enterprise Mindset
Mr Iheanyi Ibe, Enterprise Adviser at UWE Bristol and Coordinator of the Student Ventures Hub recently delivered a workshop on Enterprise as part of the Department of Applied Sciences Monthly Employability programme. Iheanyi gained a first degree (More)
The UWE International Talent Scheme has been a great opportunity for me. It was formative in kickstarting my career as a professional illustrator. My tasks were realistic and achievable, and I was able to make a real difference to the company. I lea (More)