University of Wolverhampton
Your Business Newsletter September 2020
Get your business back on track with a Management KTP
During these uncertain times many businesses are concerned about their company’s future. Post Covid recovery means many companies will need to explore new innovative ways of working, from establishing remote offices to completely adopting new business models. Effective management can make the difference between a thriving and failing company, and a part funded Management KTP could be the solution!
Just like the highly successful Knowledge Transfer Partnership (KTP) programme, a Management KTP (mKTP) will create a unique 3-way partnership between a company, a team of experienced academics and a qualified graduate. Like KTPs, the projects can last between 12 months to three years.Management KTPs aim to introduce transformational improvement by identifying key, strategic, management-based initiatives to increase business effectiveness and drive company growth.

Core activities covered could include: market analysis, monitoring and targets, operations management, communication and motivation, resource planning, problem-solving, commercial awareness and risk management.

Management KTPs are part funded up to 67% of the total project cost. Management KTPs are co-funded by the Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy, a department of the UK Government, and Innovate UK.
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Innovation & Funding
The University has a number of funded projects available to support businesses across the region. The projects, supported by ERDF, range from start up support, harnessing the power of digital innovation and support for R&D projects to improvements in sustainability.
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Your Covid Support Hub
The October schedule for the Covid Support Hub is now available.  The hub provides a free package of support from our experts, including live webinar events, podcasts, and blogs to help your business.
October's topics include the ABCD of Sales (or why selling is easy but people are complicated) and Communicating in a (Health) crisis.
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Meet the team
Richard Nicklin has joined the University as Deputy Director, Business Engagement within the External Engagement directorate. He previously worked in Inward Investment at the City of Wolverhampton Council, focused on encouraging key strategic businesses to set up in the city. Before that he worked at Aston Business School, Bournville College and Deloitte.
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3rd Annual Black Country Business Festival
The annual festival of business events, which runs across the whole Black Country region, was postponed in May and is rescheduled to get underway on Monday 5 October. This year it sees around 100 free events taking place over its nine-day duration.
Following on from last year’s success, the University will be providing a number of events on Zoom covering a range of topics which range from examining the advantages and disadvantages of developing brown field land right through to intellectual property protection on innovations and the business of cyber protection.
Events are all free to attend but tickets must be booked in advance through the website.
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SAVE THE DATE - Cyber Fringe Festival
Taking place between 23rd -27th November 2020 is the Cyber Fringe Festival.
This informative and engaging five-day festival, delivered in partnership with Digital Leaders, will give delegates, hosts and speakers a unique opportunity to engage with world class thought leaders and cyber security specialists. The festival separates each day into Strategic, Technical, and Operational talks, so you can discover what is most relevant to your needs, in a vendor-neutral environment.

With over 100 experts speaking as part of the festival, we couldn't be more excited about our lineup.
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