Knowledge Exchange is the process by which two or more entities share knowledge for mutual benefit.
Knowledge Exchange can help your business to:
- Develop innovative solutions to help your business grow
- Develop your business for today's market
- Increase your competitive advantage
- Improve your business performance and operations
- Increase profitability
View our Case Studies that outline the experiences of those involved in a Knowledge Transfer Partnership (KTP) with DMU.
‘The KTP scheme enabled us to gain maximum benefit from the involvement of De Montfort University, which is continuing to make our project such a success.’
George Wright, Production Director, M Wright and Sons Ltd.
'The project resulted in a high quality digital arts programme which is underpinned by a robust business plan and a clearly defined and researched opportunity to position Phoenix as an international arts centre.'
John Rance, Chief Executive Officer, Phoenix Square
Knowledge Transfer Partnerships (KTPs)
Knowledge Transfer Partnerships (KTPs) are a unique government funded programme designed to support and help businesses improve their competitiveness, productivity and performance. It is widely regarded as the most successful grant-funding initiative available to UK businesses today.
The KTP programme is currently part-funded by fifteen Government organisations, coordinated through the Technology Strategy Board (TSB). This enables your business to gain from government funding, offsetting the balance of the costs.
DMU has a long history of successfully managing and completing KTPs, having generated more than 100 projects, working with companies from a wide variety of sectors and industries. Through the KTP programme, companies are able to tap into cutting-edge university expertise, and gain access to high achieving graduate employees.
Take a look at how the partnerships work, and the benefits your company can expect.
Knowledge Exchange Team
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