The Kingston Nest will provide a space for students to grow their businesses supported by Kingston Business School and the Kingston Entrepreneurs Society.
From Monday 3 to Friday 7 November, the first ever National KTP Week takes place across the UK to celebrate and promote the innovative and diverse potential of Knowledge Transfer Partnership (KTP) projects.
Kingston University wins new Knowledge Transfer Partnership with Factbook Limited.
Applications for innovation vouchers in technology, data and sustainability now open.
Entrepreneurship educators met at Kingston Business School to discuss the challenges they face.
The Small Business Charter awards provide support and investment for students, start-ups and small businesses.
New projects with organisations working with young people and in digital arts.
The hard work and persistence of the Enterprise Support team at Kingston University has resulted in three two-year Knowledge Transfer Partnerships in the latest round of awards.
Kingston University has launched an exciting new range of intensive short courses in digital publishing and digital media training.
Helping organisations understand the importance of sustaining employee engagement, health and wellbeing.
A highly successful knowledge transfer partnership between Kingston University and security company Selectamark has been awarded a Grade A (outstanding) by the Technology Strategy Board.
A number of key players in the digital and creative industry met recently as part of Kingston University's Meet the Experts series of business seminars.
There was a very good turnout at our most recent business breakfast event jointly hosted by Enterprise Support and the Faculty of Business and Law.
Kingston University recently sponsored one of the award categories at the first Kingston Business Excellence Awards.
Kingston is awarded two new Knowledge Transfer Partnerships.
New scheme to help organisations develop multidisciplinary software.
Kingston University judges Best Business for Training and Development at South London Business Awards.
Kingston University has produced more graduate start-up companies than any other higher education institution in the United Kingdom for the fourth consecutive year.
Awards of up to £10,000 for London-based creative and digital businesses.
A life-saving aid invented by a Kingston University and St George's, University of London graduate has been showcased at the House of Commons.