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Knowledge Transfer Partnerships - Commercialising the Concept

Did you know there is a KTP seminar being run at Innovate 11 on the 11th October 2011, at the Business Design Centre, Islington?

Details of the seminar are below.

Why not have a look at what is going on for the whole day, and register for a ticket, by clicking the following link /web/innovate-11

KTP seminar outline

Outline:

Knowledge Transfer Partnerships (KTP) embed strategic capability within an organisation whilst delivering immediate and longer term benefits to the business, to their academic partner and to the associate running the project.  
 
What will you learn?
Come along to this seminar to hear from the people involved what benefits have been achieved; why KTP works; and how it might help to deliver your needs.
 
Who will benefit from attending?
  • Businesses especially - KTPs can help to address key strategic challenges within your business and embed new capability to improve productivity and performance 
  • Academics already working collaboratively with business seeking to identify ways of taking research outputs through to commercialisation.  
  • Anyone currently engaged with KTP who wants to share their experience.
 
“Without the involvement of the KTP programme, we would still be talking about it. Having someone working on the project full time means that the KTP forces you to give it the attention it requires.” - Dave Jesse, MD, Flight Data Services
 
“We can more confidently carry out anything from concept design to development of products five to ten years away. It has left us more open minded towards these projects and know that any future product will include tools developed from the KTP programme.” - Jaime Turner, Technical Director, Structural Metal Decks 
 
Hosted by Debbie Buckley-Golder, Head of Knowledge Exchange, Technology Strategy Board, this session will also include insights from KTP award winners encompassing Associates, Academics and Business Participants as well as from Advisers that support the KTP process.
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