mKTP webinar 22062022

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Summary: We were delighted to be joined by Carolyn Arbuckle from the West of Scotland KTP Centre, who provided a guide to the application process, the management areas covered by the mKTP and the types of companies most likely to benefit from participating. What are KTPs? Innovation is the lifeblood of any business. Never more so than in today’s challenging economic climate. But how do you access and embed the leading expertise, facilities and thinking that are needed to make innovation happen? Whether the knowledge required is in management skills, new technologies, or manufacturing processes, a Knowledge Transfer Partnership (KTP) may be the answer. One of the UK government’s longest running and most successful knowledge transfer programmes, KTPs help companies big and small to innovate for growth and profit, linking forward-thinking organisations with leading academic teams to deliver new products, services and capabilities. Knowledge Transfer Partnerships (KTPs) are dynamic, three way partnerships that link a business, an expert academic team and a suitably qualified graduate. Together the KTP team collaborates to deliver a strategic project - sharing expertise, experience and resources to bring about change, embed knowledge and deliver growth. A unique type of match-funding, KTP is all about collaboration, with projects lasting from between 12 months to three years.
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