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Friday 24 November
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Knowledge Transfer Partnerships

Enterprise Partnerships Team

Led by an Assistant Director, Enterprise Partnerships is responsible for business development activities; promoting a range of services including programmes funded by the European Regional Development Fund (ERDF), consultancy, Knowledge Transfer Partnerships and contract/collaborative research activities. The team is made up of Partnership Development Managers (PDMs) and Business Development Managers (BDMs).


The Partnership Development Managers support the formation of new partnerships and collaborations on behalf of the institution. Whilst they remain part of RIDO, each one is assigned to a Faculty and represents the interests of that Faculty in pursuing new opportunities for partnership and collaboration. They work closely with colleagues from RIDO and across the institution to exploit the research expertise of the Faculty they are assigned to. In particular, the PDMs will develop collaborative research, contract research, knowledge transfer and consultancy opportunities that help each Faculty achieve their objectives.

The PDMs are:

FACULTY  
FHSCE Graeme Hodgson
ALSS Amy Wilson
   
   


The Business Development Managers (BDMs) support the delivery of established programmes funded by the European Regional Development Fund, such as KEEP+ and Innovation Bridge and Innovate UK funded Knowledge Transfer Partnerships (KTPs). They work across all Faculties and Research Institutes helping academics - keen to share their knowledge - connect with businesses in the East of England who are interested in developing a new product or service innovation.

The BDMs are:

   
Simon Daly  
Richard Alllin  
Tammy Au  
   

You can also contact us at knowledge@anglia.ac.uk

For more details about Knowledge Transfer Partnerships please see our external pages for benefits to academics, and benefits to graduates