Kingston Business Awards 2011
Kingston sponsored the Best Business for Training and Development Award at this year's awards.
Visual surveillance award success
Award-winning new intelligent surveillance system developed by Ipsotek, BAE Systems and Kingston University.
First Knowledge Transfer Partnership for new Faculty of Science, Engineering and Computing
New project announced with Kent-based security company Selectamark.
Green Growth Business Bootcamps
Developing an eco-business? Join our training workshop recently launched by the Mayor of London.
Kingston University at the London Design Festival
Kingston students displayed their work at this year's festival.
Shop selling students' work opens in Kingston
Artwork, products and furniture by staff, students and graduates on sale now.
South London Business Awards
Kingston presents award at South London Business Awards.
A year-long, design-based project to equip graduates with a greater understanding of enterprise.
2011's Bright Ideas competition for entrepreneurial students is the biggest yet.
The uniqueness of Kingston at Ecobuild
Thousands of visitors flocked to London's Ecobuild last week, the world's biggest event for sustainable design, construction and the built environment.
For SMEs/not-for-profits in the south-east region to 'buy' services from Kingston University.
New short courses in HR and management
Book now for the Leading Strategically and Employment Law Essentials weekend courses.
Kingston knowledge transfer is outstanding
Two Knowledge Transfer Partnerships have been graded as 'outstanding' by the Technology Strategy Board.
Read a report from the ceremony, where Kingston sponsored the Best Business for Training and Development Award.
Kingston awarded the management contact for new Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths University Enterprise Network.
Kingston entrepreneurs star on Korean TV
Kingston features in a documentary about young business entrepreneurs.
2010 Enfield Innovators Competition
Kingston staff and students eligible to enter for one of three £20,000 prizes.
Design Symposium – places filling up!
Kingston and Brunel Universities will host a symposium to examine how we can enhance enterprise in design students' final projects.
HE Social Entrepreneurship Awards Competition
Social entrepreneur support charity UnLtd, in association with HEFCE, has announced a new development awards competition.
Enterprise Support visit Hong Kong
Staff from Enterprise Support were recently invited to share their knowledge transfer and entrepreneurship expertise in Hong Kong.
Managing organisational knowledge
Dr Chris Reade and Dr Walter Skok from Kingston University (Department of Informatics and Operations Management) have been awarded a Knowledge Transfer Partnership with KBC Advanced Technologies.
Kingston's design credentials 'blindingly' obvious in Milan
Graduates from Kingston University have been invited to exhibit their products at one of the most prestigious international furniture design trade fairs in Italy.
Kingston University students dominate with their Bright Ideas
The 6th WestFocus Bright Ideas Competition attracted more entries than ever before, including 78 Kingston University entries.
And the winner is...
Kingston University has announced new awards to recognise its top enterprising students and graduates. Find out more about how to nominate your choice.
One of Kingston Business School's corporate partners, SquarePeg International, has won not one, but two awards at the recent UK Institute of Business Consulting Awards.
Peter Christian, Business Development Manager for the Faculty of Art, Design & Architecture at Kingston University, is quoted in an idFX Magazine article on how research supports design and development.
Kingston University has organised the first international conference on knowledge transfer research.
Two Kingston students recently participated in the Shell Step Programme, both achieving fantastic results.
The Higher Education Entrepreneurship Group (HEEG) is inviting applications to its Small Projects Fund. The fund provides up to £8,500 for enterprise-related research or teaching and learning projects.
Brian Fender from the Institute of Knowledge Transfer explains knowledge transfer and the important role universities play.
Kingston University is to work with Kingston-based Shine Marketing on research into customers' behaviours on internet shopping websites.
Taxpayers' money should be used to stimulate innovation rather than bailing out dying industries, according to a hard-hitting report commissioned by Lord Mandelson's Department of Business, Innovation and Skills.
Deborah Lock comments on her role, the Enterprise initiatives and the WestFocus collaboration.