Invitation – Business Matchmaker Event October 2020

There has never been a more important time to innovate your business than now. Strategic R&D has been the key to many businesses survival and adaptation to the climate we find ourselves in today. Companies are going to need to become more sustainable themselves and deliver their product or services in the most environmentally friendly way possible in the future.

There are plenty of opportunities to jump start many aspects of any innovation ideas you may have to do this. By collaborating with a knowledge provider such as DCU you will be amazed at the talent, skills and advice we can offer around innovation.

Collaborations between industry and universities have given ignition to many major discoveries. Endeavours to find solutions to complex environmental, health and economic challenges have increasingly required collaboration between third level and industry.  We fully embrace this exemplary and are dedicated to engaging with all businesses however small or large the concept may be.

To do this, the Water Institute along with all other DCU research institutes and centres work closely with DCU Invent on an ongoing basis. DCU Invent is the university’s commercialisation and technology transfer unit where they work alongside start ups, SMEs and large organisations in bringing research to the marketplace. They are core to numerous innovative University outputs such as spin outs, spin ins, many successful innovative partnerships, development of intellectual property and licencing.

On October 22nd 2020, DCU Invent in partnership with DkIT is inviting all company owners and managers who are interested in starting or continuing their R&D journey to join them for a virtual showcase event where they will demonstrate the many opportunities available for third level/business collaboration and illustrate some examples of current partnerships, substantial funding supports available and the immense positive impact R&D can have on your business.

This is a brilliant opportunity to speak with us directly and ask us all the questions you need to know as there will be virtual one-on-one sessions after the initial presentations.

Register Here: https://dcu-dkitbusinessmatchmaker2020.b2match.io/

Written by IOLN admins

The Irish Ocean Literacy Network (IOLN) aims to bring together relevant institutes, agencies, researchers, small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs), non-governmental organisations (NGOs), individuals and educators who are working towards the vision of “achieving an ocean literate society across the island of Ireland”.

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