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Tuesday 28th January saw The Future Economy Network take a wintery trip up to University West of England’s Frenchay Campus. The business breakfast workshop was attended by a diverse range of businesses keen to look at their business models through (More)
Adapted from this UWE Bristol news article. Researchers from the Centre for Transport and Society and the Bristol Robotics Laboratory (BRL) at UWE Bristol are currently partners on the Capri Project, the first UK project to trial driverless pods (More)
Research, Business and Innovation wrote: Paradox of success and failure
Moon Executive Search recently spoke to the Director of Doctoral Research in Business and Law at UWE Bristol, Svetlana Cicmil, about the paradox of success and failure in the context of modern businesses. Read the original post here. “Most [ (More)
Photo: (L-R) Dr Robin Thorn (UWE), Barbara Dos Santos Correia (UWE), Mark Wilcox (Branston Ltd), Vee Gururajan (B-hive Innovations) Based in Lincoln, our Knowledge Transfer Partnership with B-hive Innovations is our longest distance project. Desp (More)
Research, Business and Innovation wrote: Join us for upcoming public engagement impacts workshop
Hosted here at UWE Bristol, the National Co-ordinating Centre for Public Engagement exist to inspire a culture change in the way universities across the UK engage with the public. Our vision is of a higher education sector making a vital, strateg (More)
Launching today (14/01/2020), UWE Bristol will partner with TechSPARK to deliver a pioneering programme to help catalyse investment into  fast-growing startups in Bristol, Bath and the West of England. The programme is the first of its kind in (More)
Research, Business and Innovation wrote: What is a Knowledge Transfer Partnership?
Knowledge Transfer Partnerships have been helping UK businesses innovate and grow for over 40 years and are one of a range of funding initiatives made available through Innovate UK (the UK government’s Innovation Agency).   Linking businesses (More)
Research, Business and Innovation wrote: 18th International Studying Leadership Conference
From 13-15 December 2019 Bristol Leadership and Change Centre hosted the 18th International Studying Leadership Conference, which was attended by around 140 delegates from 13 different countries. The conference featured three keynote addresses (More)
“A tale of two cities” – that’s how a colleague described Bristol when I asked for an introduction.  There’s something ominous about the image of parallel universes inhabiting the same space. In the Charles Dickens novel, the two citi (More)
The Future Economy Network (FEN) is a Bristol-based organisation born out of a need for sustainable business and better future thinking in response to the climate emergency. And in one of the most creative and environmentally conscious cities in th (More)