Are you looking for cutting-edge expertise to solve a business problem or implement strategic change?
We can help you improve your processes, your product and your profit margin with tailored consultancy and research.
Access the specialist knowledge and expertise of University academics to add value to your business in many different ways including:
Areas of expertise include:
A Knowledge Transfer Partnership (KTP) can help your business tackle strategic change, develop new products, enter a new market, develop new technologies and improve business systems or processes.
These powerful partnerships involve the University, a graduate and you. You get a highly qualified graduate working for you with access to the latest insights, technical expertise, research and innovation - all supported by a team of specialist experts. This helps you to develop current best practice and a long-term route to emerging best practice.
Projects are flexible from six months to three years according to your needs.
Benefits to you
Business performance outputs vary from case to case, given the variety and type of projects. Latest information shows that, on average, the business benefits that can be expected from a single KTP project (typical duration 1-3 years) are:
What does a KTP project cost and how much funding can you apply for?
Thinking about expanding into Europe? We can help.
As part of the Enterprise Europe Network North East, Teesside University can help your business make the most of the European marketplace.
Are you an SME in the North East? Want to be green and save money?
Through our Resource Efficiency Pathways to Sustainable Growth (REPS) programme we can save you money with our tailored expert support.
Our business service charter sets out our commitment to a professional business service for all our clients.
You may be eligible for funded business support, part-financed by the European Regional Development Fund (ERDF) and managed by the Department for Communities and Local Government.
The ERDF Competitiveness Programme 2007-2013 is bringing over £300m into the North East economy to support innovation, enterprise and business support across the region.Find out more
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