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18 Nov

Enterprise and Innovation Centre at Nottingham Trent University

The new home for local businesses, start-ups, students, graduates and local entrepreneurs. Nottingham Trent University are opening a dynamic and innovative centre for both entrepreneurs and growing enterprises that want to work and co-locate with them.

18 Nov

Flood Support from Nottinghamshire County Council and Derbyshire County Council

Derbyshire and Nottinghamshire County Council have announced their support for residents and businesses affected by recent flooding. Both councils are offering emergency payments of up to £300 for small businesses who have been affected by the floods.

18 Nov

Funding Available for 150 SMEs to Develop New Skills

Do you know anyone who works in, or owns an SME? If so, we would really appreciate you sharing this exciting news with them. SMEs need to apply now to secure one of these limited places on this critical government-sponsored trial.

Postgraduate Placements Nottingham - A Pool of Talent with a Fresh Approach

The Postgraduate Placement Nottingham (PPN) programme is part of Enabling Innovation - a three year collaborative programme involving Nottingham Trent University, the University of Derby and the University of Nottingham, which will provide support to over 2,000 local small and medium enterprises (SMEs) over three years. Enabling Innovation is one of some 50 projects which D2N2 has supported with European funding.

University of Nottingham

PPN offers placements and internships that are designed to be mutually beneficial to students and their employers, and guidance and support is provided to both parties throughout the duration of a project.

Placement students develop valuable transferable skills that enhance their employability prospects while employers have access to talented individuals who bring a fresh approach to their businesses.

Contact the Postgraduate Placements Nottingham team directly if you have a placement idea you’d like to discuss.

PPN Blog: Liz Jones from MHA about how a placement student helped the charity streamline its music therapy provision.


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