i-Teams 2021 and the Business New Digital Horizons series.

The Knowledge Exchange and Innovation team, supported by Enabling Innovation: Research to Application (EIRA), brings you i-Teams 2021 and the Business New Digital Horizons series.

These knowledge exchange activities support students’ employability, an opportunity to work with real-world companies and a way of adding employability points to their portfolio.

Kent Innovation i-Teams links the most innovative and creative students to industry, facilitating solutions to real world business challenges. Following a very successful Kent programme in 2020, we are excited to present our second year of i-Teams in 2021..

i-Teams is an 8 week programme where three student teams, who are selected from across all academic disciplines, work on their business challenge with the support of i-Teams mentor, Tudor Price, Deputy CEO at the Kent Invicta Chamber of Commerce.

The three challenge providing companies this year are IBM, Medway Council: Young Lives Foundation and The Research Network.

Details of our 2020 i-Teams programme can be found on the Hub for Innovation and Enterprise. You have until 23.59 on 29 November 2020 to apply for i-Teams 2021.

For all the details, and application link see the i-Teams 2021 webpage.

The Business New Digital Horizons series is an opportunity for students to present to companies. Topics include: Virtual and Augmented Reality – Ideas for Business, Social Media for Online Business, Online Security – How do I protect my online business, Website Start Up Tips and Laws for Digital Selling. If you are interested in speaking about any of these topics, find all the details on our Business New Digital Horizons page.

Participating in New Digital Horizons will earn you 20 employability points, and sessions will be running up to March 2021.

Both projects are open to all current University of Kent students.

If you have any questions please email: eirakent@kent.ac.uk


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