Triteq in Oxford

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Despite the early start, I really enjoyed the Knowledge Transfer Partnership breakfast meeting at Oxford Brookes University Business School on Wednesday morning, the speaker Dr Emily Brown gave an excellent presentation on how the partnerships work, the costs involved and key points on the benefits of these programmes which involve the formation of a partnership between the business partner and an accademic institute. The partnership also gives businesses an opportunity to get involved with a recently qualified Associate, to facilitate the transfer of knowledge.

KTP has worked with over 3,000 organisations, from manufacturing to public sector organisations and as a keen investor in ongoing learning Triteq have a responsible approach to ensuring that are always aware of opportunites for their design, hardware and software teams.

Triteq have several live projects in and around Oxford and as the leading product designers in the area we work here on a regular basis, visiting clients and colleagues. If you are in the Oxford area and your company is looking to develop or explore a new idea do contact us to arrange an informal initial discussion, please get in touch.

We look forward to hearing from you soon.

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