Accelerating Innovation Through Inclusion – Online Workshop – 10 September 2020

The games and immersive sectors play a significant role in the Creative Economy. Businesses in these sectors have considerable opportunities for development, support and investment. Yet these growing sectors also face significant challenges in relation to recruiting and retaining a diverse workforce. If you are running a business in this...

COVID-19 Update

As a valued member of our local business network, we wanted to contact you to let you know our position in response to COVID-19. In line with the University’s response to Government guidance, we are making the necessary steps to support our partners in business and industry. We appreciate that...

Degree Apprenticeships

Degree apprenticeships at the University of Nottingham are now available to SMEs, with 95% of eligible costs funded by the government.* Degree apprenticeships are a cost effective way of developing professional employees at graduate and postgraduate level, bringing specialist skills and knowledge into your business. The programmes combine real work...

Turning Attention into Action

As members of the Ingenuity network will know, one of our key aims is to make University of Nottingham expertise accessible to the local business community. Our latest breakfast event featured speaker Dr Lucy Bradnock, Assistant Professor in History of Art who was joined by Tim Bassford, Creative Director at...

Do the British still think beer is a mans drink?

Psychology experts from The University of Nottingham worked with one Midlands company to find out.   Price often plays a significant role in our purchasing decisions. We also buy things because we associate them with positive qualities, such as desirability and value. But have you ever stopped to think why...

The Culture of Growth

As members of the Ingenuity network will know, one of our key aims is to make University of Nottingham expertise accessible to the local business community. Our latest breakfast event featured speaker Dr Robert Cluely, Associate Professor in Organisation Studies from the Nottingham Business School who was joined by Dr...

Digital Transformation

As members of the Ingenuity network will know, one of our key aims is to make University Of Nottingham expertise accessible to the local business community. Our latest breakfast event featured speaker James Tomkinson, Deputy Director of Digital Marketing at the University, who was joined by Stuart Ross, MD of Hallam.  Stuart started the morning by...