University of Nottingham
- Published: Wednesday, 30 October 2013 12:02
- Written by Joseph
The University of Nottingham - In business with you
"We can help to give you the competitive advantage that you need to successfully develop and grow your business"
The University of Nottingham is renowned for the quality and impact of is collaborative work with businesses. We offer bespoke research and development, new technology for licensing and other forms of commercialisation, consultancy expertise to solve business issues, and training to meet your staff development needs.
By working with us you can access our world leading research and development, our renowned training and education programmes and our state-of-the-art facilities.
With campuses in both China and Malaysia, Nottingham is truly a global University. Our Asia Business Centre is available to work with you to establish links with these campuses and help you to exploit the opportunities available in the rapidly expanding markets of South East Asia.
However large or small your organisation and whatever industry you are in, we can help to give you the competitive advantage that you need to successfully develop and grow your business on a global basis.
Innovate with us
In today’s global marketplace innovation is vital.
Innovation allows your business to keep one step ahead of the competition and develop new products and services to ensure the long term profitability of your business.
Some of the world’s biggest organisations look to the University of Nottingham to help them with research and development and can also accessing public funding, often as part of a wider consortium of interested parties.
There are also a number of technologies that the University has available for licensing and other forms of commercialisation. Technologies are used successfully in a diverse range of industries, including medicine, engineering, mining, cosmetics, food & drink, building, IT and many other sectors.
And if you want to work in an innovative environment, we offer room to grow at the University of Nottingham Innovation Park (UNIP).
Recruit and develop talent
Any business is only as good as its people.
This is why we offer executive education and professional development programmes, designed specifically for professionals who want to broaden their knowledge, develop their leadership skills and encourage participants to think and work innovatively. Working with us you will also benefit from high quality teaching, delivered in state-of-the-art facilities.
And when it comes to hiring the most talented young people for your business, we can help you to find students with the expertise and knowledge you need to take your business to the next stage.
For more information about The University of Nottingham, visit nottingham.ac.uk/servicesforbusiness.
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