SMEs recognised for their environmental efficiency
22 May 2015
North-East companies which have made significant environmental improvements have been recognised by a Teesside University project which has helped firms save millions of pounds.
Research project helps North-East business attract global clients
14 May 2015
A North-East architects firm is attracting international clients thanks to a joint research project with Teesside University into cutting edge building information modelling technology.
Leading brand guru to launch The Forge
11 May 2015
One of the world’s leading experts on brands and branding is to officially launch Teesside University’s new business hub in Darlington.
Social enterprise to help young people in Ghana become Media Savvy
08 May 2015
An innovative social enterprise is to give assistance to young people in Ghana thanks to help from Teesside University.
Teesside University link will give systems firm competitive edge
08 May 2015
Bosses of a fast-growing technology business that designs automated systems for nuclear attack submarines are investing in a new scheme to give them a competitive advantage over their industry rivals.
University leadership programme nominated for national award
05 May 2015
Teesside University’s work to develop the industry leaders of tomorrow has been shortlisted for a prestigious award.
Entrepreneurs of tomorrow helped to develop at Teesside
01 May 2015
Start-up experts from across Europe have visited Teesside University to help young entrepreneurs develop and test innovative business ideas.
Lostbox finds support from DigitalCity
27 April 2015
A business which reunites people with valuable and sentimental lost items is being helped to grow thanks to DigitalCity.
Games technology helps North-East company promote its product
23 April 2015
Computer games technology has helped a North-East company showcase the inner workings of an innovative piece of machinery.
Teesside University academics team with International Committee of the Red Cross to improve physiotherapy care
21 April 2015
Two Teesside University physiotherapist academics are working with a leading international humanitarian organisation to ensure that victims of conflict and natural disasters have access to optimal standards of physiotherapy care amidst very challenging conditions.
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Teesside University is working with Stiller Warehousing and Distribution to help the company achieve the Customer First Standard, a national standard in customer service excellence. As a preferred business partner of Customer First UK it can now support businesses to achieve the same goal.Read the case study