Stoke-on-Trent business invited to discuss innovative new product at Westminster

Posted on 18 December 2017 A Staffordshire-based company which received business support from Keele University has recently visited Westminster to discuss an innovative new product, following an invitation from a Minister.
 

Improved efficiency at Longton company

Posted on 13 September 2017 The Keele Research Innovation Support Programme (KRISP) has enabled two Keele University Maths students to overhaul Longton-based Deck Joint’s costing process, and what took days now takes minutes.
 

Creative agency is 100th company to benefit from funded support

Posted on 31 August 2017 Stoke-on-Trent creative agency Lesniak Swann has been named as the 100th company to benefit from Keele University’s funded innovation programmes.
 

Manufacturing consultancy benefits from fully-funded graduate

Posted on 29 August 2017 Manufacturing consultancy CIF is participating in the Keele Research Innovation Support Programme (KRISP), working with a fully-funded top-notch graduate to investigate setting up a CRM system.
 

Brick-tinting firm lay foundations for growth

Posted on 24 August 2017 A Staffordshire construction industry business specialising in brick tinting is laying the foundations for future growth by working with Stoke-on-Trent and Staffordshire Local Enterprise Partnership’s Growth Hub and Keele University.
 

Staffordshire jewellery manufacturer teams up with Keele University

Posted on 09 August 2017 Through the Keele Research and Innovation Support Programme, Keele is supporting Staffordshire jewellery manufacturer Hailstones to develop their Viking inspired range and move into new export markets
 

Innovation support programme reaches century

Posted on 04 August 2017 A Keele University programme which supports business innovation in Staffordshire and Stoke-on-Trent forges ahead as 100th Research, Development and Innovation Associate is appointed.
 

A Cut Above - Students help develop hairdressing app

Posted on 04 August 2017 Keele University Computer Science students Jessica Hampton and Joe Miller have worked as Research, Development and Innovation Associates to help two young Staffordshire entrepreneurs develop an app that’s set to be the Airbnb of the hairdressing world.

Chase Community Solar

Chase Community Solar become one of the first organisations to take advantage of the Keele Research and Innovation Support Programme.