Nine local businesses have been showcased in a video demonstrating how they have worked with Teesside graduates.
The video was unveiled at a business breakfast held at the Centre for Enterprise, to an audience of local businesses and University experts who were on hand to offer advice.
Special guest John Dunleavy, Managing Director of Johnson Matthey Catalysts, was welcomed by Professor Cliff Hardcastle, Deputy Vice-Chancellor (Research & Enterprise).
The businesses have all undertaken projects, working with graduates and academics to achieve solutions to specific business needs.
25 March 2011