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Why engineering students need softer skills to succeed

Students need more than just technical and engineering knowledge to succeed - employers are also looking for what are generally known as "soft" skills. How can university courses teach these skills? Could business competitions provide the answer?

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mousetrap

Connecting a Better Mousetrap: why the best technology doesn’t always win

Having a better product than your competitor doesn't always guarantee success. Why?

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Elspeth Finch

Innovators Network: Softly does it for a successful partnership

Elspeth Finch explores what it takes to make a successful partnership in business.

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JC Gammon Award

Launchpad Competition – Vote for the young innovator of the year

The Launchpad Competition Final this year will see three young innovators battle it out for the prestigious JC Gammon Award.

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Enterprise Fellowships

Enterprise Hub welcomes its latest entrepreneurial engineers

Introducing our 2017 Enterprise Fellows, who are developing technology ranging from non-invasive heart monitors to hydrogen batteries for clean, off-grid electricity.

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the Taylor Centre

Welcome to the Taylor Centre - a new home for the Hub

Blog post by Ian Shott CBE FREng, Chair of the Enterprise Committee

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Elspeth Finch, Robin Saxby and Ian Shott

Shared vision made ARM a global player, what could it make you?

By Sir Robin Saxby FREng FRS, founding CEO of ARM Holdings

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SME Leaders Programme 2017

Accelerating SME growth: the key to a booming, productive economy

The Enterprise Hub’s Ana Avaliani introduces our new Engineering SME Leaders programme, helping small companies make the leap to the big leagues

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16 Jul 2018

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