Knowledge Transfer Partnerships Breakfast Event

The Business School at Bournemouth University is running a breakfast event on March 16th which is primarily aimed at SMEs of 10-250 employees who could benefit from the UK Government funded Management Knowledge Transfer Partnerships (mKTP) scheme.

This scheme provides a brilliant opportunity to develop your business activities by working with a talented graduate along with the full support of the University.

You are invited to the breakfast event at Bournemouth University on Thursday March 16th from 8.30am – 10.00am. This will be a great opportunity to hear a little more about the mKTP programme and we can help with any questions you may have.

Just to give a brief overview, the mKTP programme typically lasts for two years and involves a dynamic 3-way partnership between a company, a team of academic experts and a skilled graduate, resulting in significant improvements across your business. The programme provides the potential for companies to work with Bournemouth University Business School, employing a talented graduate to help expand management capability and to meet strategic goals.
The mKTP programme receives UK government funding of up-to 67% of the overall project cost, with the remaining 33% being paid by the company itself.
Here are some examples of the type of project:

  • Alternative business models/business agility
  • Identifying new opportunities and revenue streams
  • Entrepreneurial thinking, developing new products & services
  • Organisational/behavioural/cultural change management
  • Succession/continuity planning
  • Coaching and mentoring
  • Improving efficiency, business processes and productivity
  • Executive leadership, strategic thinking and decision making
  • Developing business strategies in the aftermath of Covid
  • Going international

More details of the mKTP scheme are provided in the EventBrite link below and also at Management KTP – Official Website. This is a free, no obligation, event which provides a great opportunity for you to find out more about Knowledge Transfer Partnerships and we hope to see you there.

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