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London's universities say ‘OpenSME’ to new support for capital's small businesses

A group of London's universities are launching a new collaboration – OpenSME – that seeks to make it easier for small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) to access the expertise and knowledge they offer.

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22 August 2013: UK universities need more than ABB grades to compete in the global market

By Prof Stephen Caddick, University College London
Each year, right in the middle of August's silly season, we see the same old proclamations from the media, politicians and university dons about A-Level grades.
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2 August 2013: Open for business: How universities can boost our long-term recovery

By Stephen Caddick
In today’s global marketplace, Britain must grow as a hub of innovation. London – already one of the largest city economies in the world – is a nexus of global trade. To maintain this lead, we need to muster every ounce of competitive advantage.
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2 August 2013: Silva lining for Tech City’s future

By Stephen Caddick, University College London
In 10 Downing Street’s Rose Garden a few weeks ago, Rohan Silva, the architect of Tech City, said goodbye to his formal role in Government and, with that, an extraordinary period in the development of East London.
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