Sustainable Growth from New Products and New Markets


Thursday 21 October




Best Western Valley Hotel, Buildwas Road, Ironbridge, Telford, TF8 7DW


Wolverhampton University in conjunction with metnet and the Environmental Sustainability Knowledge Transfer Network.

The event itself

Knowledge Transfer Partnerships are the universities’ best kept secret!

Business benefits can vary considerably but latest information has shown that, on average, from a single Knowledge Transfer Partnership project (typical duration 1-3 years) they can include:

  • An increase of over £220,000 in annual profits before tax
  • The creation of three genuine new jobs
  • An increase in skills of existing staff


Find out how your business can take advantage of what the universities have to offer by attending this free event.

Are you concerned about increasing productivity and competitiveness in a low carbon economy?

Do you want to improve environmental efficiency or utilise emerging technologies?

Find out how to access the relevant skills, knowledge and resources of West Midlands Universities by attending a very special breakfast event with keynote speaker Peter Jones OBE (waste2tricity) and Crestwood Environmental Ltd, currently working with the University on a Knowledge Transfer Partnership (KTP).

KTP is a UK-wide initiative open to businesses in all sectors. A KTP is a three-way partnership between a company, a university and a skilled graduate. Partnerships work together to develop and implement a specific, strategic project, lasting between ten weeks and three years.

How do you attend this event

Register on the Wolverhampton University website.

Contact for further information

For more information call 0800 068 5023 or visit the Wolverhampton University website.