- Published: Thursday, 31 October 2013 12:12
- Written by Joseph
Coventry University is one of the top universities for working with business and are proud to be seen as a ‘business facing’ university.
We have invested heavily in providing support to organisations of varying sizes in a number of sectors both regionally and nationally. Support ranges from assisting new start-ups to working with established large enterprises, including access to incubator and high-tech office space and support in our Technology Park.
Practical advice, grants and services
Coventry University has an extensive range of programmes, grants and services that can help your business survive and grow in the West Midlands.
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