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Research and Knowledge Exchange Safari - A Collaborative Event With The Entrepreneurs' Forum 

Northumbria University is hosting a collaborative event with The Entrepreneurs' Forum designed to bring Northumbria University academics and businesses together to explore how research and development can be undertaken and applied to solve business challenges and provide new opportunities.

Following a buffet lunch provided by the university you will hear from Toby Bridges, Executive Chairman of NBT Group. Toby will share details of how NBT and Northumbria University are collaborating to transform NBT's business strategy and operations.

You'll then have the opportunity to move from table to table where you will meet with the academic to find out about the research they are doing and to pitch your current challenges in the hope they might be able to help. 

The idea is that you will be helping ensure research has wider commercial benefits that could shape new products or services for your business, improve your way of working or simply create a more inclusive workplace.

Event Details

Northumbria University
Great Hall
Sutherland Building, Ellison Place
Newcastle upon Tyne
NE1 8ST


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