Seed funding was recently made available through the Cluster for Sustainable Cities to trigger research innovation and help researchers to develop strong proposals that could lead to larger grant applications or other outputs.
Hello! My name is Charlie Iceton and I am the newest member to the Enterprise and Innovation (E&I) team within the Faculty of Creative and Cultural Industries (CCI).
As I begin to write my final blog as an Enterprise and Innovation Ambassador I reflect over the last ten months with a big smile on my face knowing that I made the right decision undertaking an industry placement. I have grown in confidence and gained skills and knowledge in places where I wouldn’t have otherwise, so I can say first-hand how beneficial a placement is! In the final months we (the Ambassadors) have presented at the Graduate Show and the Enterprise and Innovation showcase and been selected in the final of the Land Rover BAR competition, which has all been very exciting.
The Faculty of Creative and Cultural Industries (CCI) are seeking a committed Enterprise and Innovation Assistant to help with all aspects of activities associated with the Faculty’s enterprise, innovation and research agendas. This will include marketing activity, event support and other operational and administrative duties. This full time position would suit a student who is inquisitive and eager to learn. Working alongside the enterprise
The academic year is over and our time as Enterprise & Innovation Ambassadors is coming to an end.
Please join the Faculty of Creative and Cultural Industries’ Research, Enterprise and Innovation team for their celebratory showcase event on Tuesday 7th June 2016, 3:30pm-5:30pm.
The UK’s ICURe programme offers university researchers with commercially-promising ideas up to £50k to ‘get out of the lab’ and validate their ideas in the marketplace, where they will have the greatest impact.