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  • Presenting

    The Big House at Nottingham Trent University (NTU), the Knowledge Transfer Network (KTN) and Derby Quad’s Mainframe jointly present the opportunity for Nottinghamshire and Derbyshire-based businesses to compete for a chance to pitch to investors looking to support the creative and tech businesses of the future.,-ambitious-digital-businesses-to-pitch-for-investment

  • morgan sindall podcast

    The world of work is changing rapidly. Innovation is enabling and disrupting industries in equal measure. Listen to this NTU and Morgan Sindall discussion on the rapidly changing world of work in the construction industry.

  • Will Rossiter reading the supplement

    The top 200 companies in Nottinghamshire have been revealed in a report compiled by Nottingham Business School for the Nottingham Post.

  • Newcastle upon Tyne

    The government’s policy of ‘localism’ is making it more difficult for councils to implement effective climate change policies, according to new research from Nottingham Business School.,-study-says

  • Arkwright design

    Enabling Innovation funding offers local artists and designers a short residency in their Creative and Virtual Technologies Research (CVTR) Lab.

  • Lynn Oxborrow

    The Big House project is helping develop and grow the creative and digital economy in the East Midlands and the success of the sector is making the region a better place to live and work in.,-says-support-project-lead

  • Matthew Taylor, Chief Executive of the RSA

    A new research centre to study the challenges facing workers and managers is to be launched with an event featuring insights from the chief executive of the Royal Society for the Encouragement of Arts, Manufactures and Commerce (RSA).

  • Colin Baker from Potter Clarkson and the NTU Strategic Partnerships Team

    Nottingham Trent University (NTU) is pleased to announce a new strategic partnership with one of the largest full service intellectual property practices in Europe, Potter Clarkson. This partnership will focus on developing the talent and skill of the workforce in the region, and helping to develop industry ready graduates for the legal sector.

  • Young Enterprise

    The regional final of Young Enterprise UK competition was this year held at NBS and saw five teams from across the East Midlands compete to be crowned the best company.

  • Sasha Hallas speaking at the Santander SME networking event

    Nottingham Trent University welcomed a number of local SMEs, interested in hearing how working alongside the university and Santander could be beneficial for their business.