Which will be the hottest technological inventions right now? Which are the most recent technology coming our way? What technology will drive the worldwide talks, and moreover, that will have the best effect in 2019? When it turns out a few will probably be quite evident, while others may surprise you. Listed below are a few of the latest up and coming technologies for 2019 and outside. Using a brand new year, we are taking a new look at where sustainability has been led globally.

These innovative technologies with potential impact for business.
  • 5G networks. ...
  • Mainstream blockchain apps. ...
  • More AI-enabled platforms for automated work. ...
  • Machine learning for customer service. ...
  • 3D printing. ...
  • New security measures. ...
  • Augmented reality. ...
These technologies are worth to watch closely in 2019.
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  • 10 Ways Smart Cities Will Restructure The Economy. ...
  • Quantum Computing (Supercomputing). ...
  • Augmented Reality (AR) and Virtual Reality (VR) ...
  • 10 Ways Smart Cities Will Restructure The Economy. ...
  • More AI solutions for small- to medium-sized businesses. ...
  • Wireless Charging Technology From Ecoupled. ...

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Knowledge Transfer Partnerships (KTPs) link business with academics to help solve a real challenge that a business is facing.  Our graduates act as the conduit for knowledge to flow between the two and deliver the project within the business and with a couple of clicks you could start your journey towards joining one of the UK’s biggest graduate recruitment programmes, in roles that are as unique as the individuals that fill them.

Knowledge Transfer Partnerships  (KTPs) bring together businesses and universities to help solve real-world commercial challenges.  Each project recruits a graduate who acts as the conduit allowing the knowledge to flow from the university that delivers the project for the business and can help solve specific problems within the business.

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With a couple of clicks, you could start your journey towards joining one of the UK’s biggest graduate recruitment programmes, in roles that are as unique as the individuals that fill them.

The roles are challenging, rewarding and allow you to use your skills and knowledge and to make a real difference.

So what does a KTP offer?...

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You are supported every step of the way, not only by colleagues from within the university and business but also by an independent project officer.

You will also be given specialist training to help support your transition into the business world and a healthy training budget to develop the skills and knowledge you will need for the project and whatever comes after.

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Each year Associates gather to participate in their Annual Conference.  Over two days new friendships are made, stories swapped, and skills developed.  Attendees of last year’s conference discovered (amongst other things) the power of saying 'yes', learned how to deliver an exceptional elevator pitch and how to take an idea and translate it into a project.

The energy of our Associates and the passion they bring to KTP projects never ceases to amaze me.  It’s no wonder many of our previous associates have become business leaders and prominent academics in their own right.

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You’ll also find that your KTP experience helps your future career develop more quickly and helps boost your earning potential

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Meet James, a KTP Associate

Let me just tell you a little about James.  James was a KTP Associate about 15 years ago.  Since then he has worked for many household names, you may have seen his work in high street retailers in this country and across the world.  About 8 years ago he joined a start-up and after a lot of hard work, they have gone from having no sales to become a multi-million-pound business.

A few thoughts from James on his experience:

“I really enjoyed the KTP, it offered a wide range of experiences from teaching at the University through to getting stuck in at the coal face of UK industry. And I would say it’s probably been a huge success for the business and me personally.  KTP was genuinely my first job out of university, offering training and opportunity which I think are hard to find elsewhere”. James, KTP Associate.

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