Working with business

Supporting and collaborating with organisations across the globe

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Working with business

The Business School is an internationally renowned centre of business excellence, supporting and collaborating with organisations regionally, nationally and internationally. In addition, academics are involved at government level to influence policy makers and business agendas. We work with small businesses, large corporate organisations and public bodies through collaborative research, consultancy, executive education and events. 

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We help ambitious organisations achieve operational and strategic goals through a range of consultancy and advisory services.

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Providing organisations and business professionals with a wide range of transformational experiences suited to those seeking professional and personal growth.

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Tap into our talent through placements and projects. An opportunity to investigate your organisation’s challenges, while helping our future graduates.

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The Goldman Sachs 10,000 Small Businesses UK programme is designed to provide high quality business support for leaders of growing small businesses.

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The gateway for businesses from all sectors to connect with the expertise, talent and facilities at the University of Leeds.

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Knowledge Transfer Partnerships (KTP)

Innovate and grow your business by collaborating with the University

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Corporate Wisdom events

Flagship lecture series for students, alumni and the business community

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Ideas in Practice seminars

A free seminar series bringing together business people, policy makers and academics.

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