KTP@40 - 40 Years of Knowledge Transfer Partnerships

24th September 2015

8 Yorkshire Universities invite you to join them at their KTP@40 Celebration The Innovate UK Knowledge Transfer Partnership (KTP) programme is Europe's most successful knowledge transfer programme, linking businesses with Higher Education sector innovators.

This event provides an ideal opportunity to learn more about what KTP can do for you and hear from, and talk to, other companies who have benefitted from the programme. KTPs Benefits to Business: access to qualified people to spearhead new projects access to experts to take your business forward developing innovative solutions to help your business grow developing your business for today's market increasing your competitive advantage improving your performance/business operations increasing your profitability Join us at this event to hear from representatives from Innovate UK, businesses who have benefitted from the KTP programme and University KTP Managers who can advise and support. Programme: 1600 - Tea, coffee and registration 1630 - Dr Ian Brotherston (Programme Manager KTP, Innovate UK) Introduction 1635 - Trevor Gregory (KTP Adviser) explains how KTPs work and what's in it for you 1640 - 5 KTP companies share their experiences of the programme and answer your questions 1800 - Networking buffet To register your places please follow this link Register now. Places are limited so book early to avoid disappointment To find out more about the event please contact Katie Wytwyckyj E: Katie.wytwyckyj@york.ac.uk T: 01904 435321 @KTPYork #40yearsofktp

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