About Us

KnowledgeLondon facilitates the exchange of ideas and good practice between knowledge transfer professionals working in London’s higher and further education sectors. The Network runs networking events, Professional Development programmes and specialist seminars, and provides a forum and a contact point for all interested parties. Anyone from a University, colleges of Further Education and Public Sector Research Establishments who has a significant interest in knowledge transfer is welcome to join.

KnowledgeLondon offers:

  • Opportunities to improve your skills and effectiveness through networking, exchanging good practice, discussion and debate
  • Rich networking opportunities for new collaborations
  • Early access to new developments in knowledge transfer and innovation

KnowledgeLondon aims are:

  • To expand the community of best practice for all knowledge Transfer professionals
  • Enhance the effectiveness of the KT community as a whole and the services businesses can receive from this community
  • Provide a forum for engagement and debate between government policy makers, funders and KT professionals

Management Group

KnowledgeLondon is guided in its development and activities by the Steering Group, representing some of the network’s key stake holders and sponsors.

Martha Mador (Chair) Kingston University
Tayyeb Shah King’s College London
Betty Yue Imperial College London
Linsey Cole London South Bank University
Jerry Allen University of Greenwich
Rupert Osborn IP Pragmatics

 

KnowledgeLondon is sponsored by:

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How to Join?

Subscription Costs and Structure:

We maintain a 3-tier payment structure: subscription, sponsorship, and pay-as-you-go. The subscription fee is £1,000 for 1 year and at the discounted rate of £1,800 for 2 years.

Benefits of Subscribing:

  • Free access to all KnowledgeLondon events for an unlimited number of your institution’s staff. This is a cost-effective way to ensure that staff have opportunities for development and knowledge sharing, including disseminating their good practice and experience. A single payment will cover all transactions for the year
  • Promotion for your events and logo through our newsletters, website, Twitter and LinkedIn group;
  • Opportunities to partner with KnowledgeLondon and other institutions to apply jointly for project or research funding scheme;
  • Opportunity to join the management group and help shape the future of KnowledgeLondon. Sponsorship There is an opportunity for institutions and organisations to sponsor the network at the cost of £3,000 per year or at the discounted rate of £5,400 for 2 years.

Sponsorship:

There is an opportunity for institutions and organisations to sponsor the network at the cost of £3,000 per year or at the discounted rate of £5,400 for 2 years. Sponsorship provides the same benefits as above mentioned with the addition of your name and logo featuring on all KnowledgeLondon publicity and printed matter.

If you would like to subscribe or become a sponsor please email Bakhona Hawes (B.Hawes@kingston.ac.uk) or call on 020841763083.