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Internship helps to improve company’s efficiency

Left to right: Paul Langley, Dr Ruben Pinedo-Cuenca and Fredrick Okwute 19 November 2014
A unique internship scheme offered by Teesside University is helping to make an engineering firm more efficient.

Left to right: Femi Waters-Ajisafe, Senior Lecturer in Marketing and Corporate Programmes, Stephen Gibson, General Manager of Castle Grange Technologies, Josh Alexander and Joanne Hughff, Teesside University's Graduate Spark Project Manager.Internship scheme sees technology company increase profits
17 November 2014
A Teesside technology company which supplies and installs audio-visual equipment is increasing its sales thanks to a unique internship scheme run by Teesside University.

Eileen Wicks, Graduate Enterprise Manager at Teesside UniversityTeesside University increases support to social enterprises
12 November 2014
New funding programmes, worth almost £130,000, have been launched at Teesside University to establish a network of social enterprises across the region and provide them with training, support and mentoring.

Christer HollomanBusiness Exchange to hear about the future of social media
06 November 2014
Social media has helped to ‘democratise’ the marketplace for new businesses according to a leading expert on new media.

Doug Richard.Former ‘dragon’ to be next Chancellor of Teesside University
03 November 2014
Business leader, entrepreneur and one of the original members of the BBC’s Dragons’ Den Doug Richard will be the next Chancellor of Teesside University.

Left to right - Stephen Blacklock – Technical Director, Colour; Peter Owens – Managing Director, Colour; Henry Fenby-Taylor – KTP Associate; Professor Nashwan Dawood, Teesside University; John Clayton,  KTP Advisor, North East England and North Yorkshire.Partnership helps Landscape Architects unlock new technologies
30 October 2014
Newcastle and London-based urban designers, landscape architects and masterplanners, Colour, are finding new ways of implementing the latest technology in its work thanks to a partnership with Teesside University.

Left to right – Jordan McCord, Kate Baucherel, Adam Hilditch and James Drew.Teesside University student launches crowd funding campaign
28 October 2014
A Teesside University student who spent his third-year industry placement working for himself in a business he set up, is embarking upon a £100,000 crowd-funding campaign.

Professor Nashwan Dawood, Director of Teesside University's Technology Futures Institute, Johnathan Munkley and Simon Crowe, Architectural Director at Niven Architects.Teesside University collaboration helps business to grow
21 October 2014
A leading firm of architects has launched a new business to bring cutting edge technology to the construction industry, thanks to collaboration with Teesside University.

Satwinder Badesha.Inspiration for social enterprise was a piece of cake
15 October 2014
A frustrating search to find a gluten-free cake for his mother’s birthday has led a Teesside University student to set up an innovative social enterprise.

Laura Woods, Director of Academic Enterprise.Popular graduate scheme comes to Yorkshire
08 October 2014
A popular European funded internship scheme which has seen scores of North East companies receive a £4,000 subsidy to take on a talented graduate is being extended into Yorkshire.

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