University of Nottingham’s Power of Partnerships Conference Returns

Date posted: April 18, 2023
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The University of Nottingham’s annual Power of Partnerships conference is back on Friday 16 June 2023.

The conference provides an opportunity for local businesses to:

  • Collaborate with the university on R&D projects
  • Access talented students and graduates
  • Upskill your workforce
  • Tap into cutting-edge technology

As well as gaining insights into how a relationship with the university can supercharge businesses, the conference also provides the opportunity to network with hundreds of other local organisations.

Attendees will also be able to hear directly from the policy and decision makers who are shaping the business environment in the East Midlands region.

A registration link is available here: https://bit.ly/43Jzr7e

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