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IIB Essentials: The Industrial Strategy

Description

Theme:

Personal Effectiveness

Category:

Professional Knowledge and Business Skills

About this course:

The Industrial Strategy is a major government policy setting an ambition for the UK to be the most innovative nation in the world by 2030 with an investment of #4.7bn.

This offers a range of opportunities for the university with commitments to fund STEM skills training and major infrastructure projects as well as the Industrial Strategy Challenge Fund (ISCF) which will fund collaborations between leading research and business to tackle the big societal and industrial challenges today.

These challenges are identified in consultation with business and funding is generally industry led so it is critical to have strong collaborative partnerships in place to contribute to driving the agenda.

This workshop explores the challenge-based structure of this major source of funding, the best ways to approach building industrial partnerships and will help you understand timescales and process for ISCF.

Who should attend this course:

All Academic and Professional Staff who want to generate new funding and research opportunities by working with businesses and other organisations, or turn their ideas into innovation..

Presenter(s):

This course is delivered by Rebecca Adams: Innovation, Impact and Business' Senior Impact and Partnership Development Manager - Advanced Engineering, Data, Energy and Mining

Learning provider:

The Innovation, Impact and Business Essentials Series is administered by IIB.

Please contact research-events@exeter.ac.uk with any queries.

This course occurs on the following dates
DateLocationStartFinishCostTrainer(s)Places
Available
21/06/2019 Penryn: Du Maurier Building, Seminar G 14:45 15:30 Free James Grant 25
21/06/2019 Streatham: Physics, Room 124 14:45 15:30 Free Rebecca Adams 23
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