Universities are edifices of industry expertise. Building business partnerships with these institutions can create commercial opportunities and help small companies kickstart innovation. This feature looks at how several businesses have identified and built these relationships, and the benefits they can bring to your business. In this article, James Woodall, founder of Intoware discusses how the company has cultivated relationships with universities.

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Be The Business: How building business partnerships with universities and research bodies can pay off Intoware

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