Innovation support for London SMEs, start-ups and entrepreneurs

Published: 03 August 2017 by KTN
  • Innovation
Co-Innovate is a Brunel University London innovation support programme. Their goal is to help participating companies achieve business growth through collaboration with Brunel's world class academic expertise, knowledge assets and facilities. They are offering you the opportunity to work with a Brunel Business School or Product/Digital Design student on a collaborative project relating to your own innovation challenge or opportunity. Brunel Business School are offering the opportunity to work with a final-year undergraduate, post-graduate or MBA business student on a collaborative project focused on your innovation challenge. Previous projects have spanned a variety of innovation related topics and involve students from a range of specialisms including: marketing, business intelligence, social media, brand, HR, finance, international business and strategy. Past projects have explored: Market entry strategy for a B2B manufacturing business Strategy for employee recruitment and retention policy Development with a logistics business Marketing and brand strategy for a cyber-security consultancy Exploring social media strategy for a micro-SME operating in the enterprise education sector Recruiting companies for a late September start Get in touch to find out more: Email
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