Keele University is delighted to announce two major new investments on its campus this year. The University today announced plans to invest in a new multi-million pound state-of-the-art facility that houses both Keele Management School and incubated companies in a sector leading Smart Innovation Hub. The new Management School has been funded by the University and the Denise Coates Foundation, after which the new iconic building at the entrance to the University will be named. The Smart Innovation Hub has been funded by the University, Staffordshire County Council, UK Gover
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Bosses at the site, which is home to 93 businesses and more than 900 employees, have said it is almost at capacity so will now be looking overseas and have highlighted China as having potential for future growth.
The UNIP already has a sister incubator project at the University’s Ningbo Campus and operations director Dr Mark Tock said: "What could be better for businesses than having the option of being able to test their products in China and for their Chinese counterparts to do the same here?"