Europe’s highest-ranking filers of trade marks have been listed for the first time, and PIC affiliate Albright IP has been ranked within the top 250 attorney filing firms in Europe.Read more...
The University of Plymouth is recognised globally as a world-leading centre for research into the causes and impacts of marine litter.
Now it has agreed a plan to build on that expertise by reducing the amount of plastic waste generated on its campuses, and the use of single-use plastics in general.
The founder of a Cornish social media marketing agency visited 10 Downing Street to talk business to one of the Prime Minister’s special advisers.
Katherine George, founder of Tremough Innovation Centre (TIC) based Oh So Social, had the privilege of attending Number 10 with business support network Enterprise Nation and a host of other business founders to meet Jimmy McLoughlin.
If you are strolling through Cornwall’s town centres or visiting one of the business parks over the coming months, you may spot something new. ATI Pop-up Innovation Centres are springing up across the county, from Launceston to St Marys, bringing a range of services and opportunities to local businesses.Read more...
A relationship that benefits students, business and the regional economy has entered a new phase with the signing of an extended partnership between the University and Santander.
Mentoring an undergraduate student is a rewarding experience and one that, amongst other things, can develop your coaching skills.
We are keen to recruit mentors from various professions to support students with their career aspirations over a 6 month period.
For the second year in a row, the University of Plymouth’s two entrants in the Santander Universities Entrepreneurship Awards have both made it through to the semi-finals.
The competition has engaged over 1,000 student and graduate businesses across the country this year, with Santander Universities partner universities running an internal selection process to find a single entry in each of the technology and non-technology categories.
Ten student businesses have been awarded start-up grants of up to £1,500 after impressing judges as part of the University’s BETA skills development and start-up support programme.
Nine start-ups from Plymouth Business School and one from the School of Computing, Electronics and Mathematics received the grants from their faculties, after successful pitches to the BETA panel.