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Summer conference confirmed for college and university, focusing on partnerships

09 April 2019

College and University Business Officers (CUBO) has confirmed its Summer Conference will be held at Swansea University from 3 to 5 July this year.

It has also confirmed the title of Innovative Partnerships - A Strategic Imperative, along with key-note speakers at the event.

CUBO further stated that the event will also feature best practice case studies using innovative partnerships as their central theme.

These partnerships are described as "a strategic imperative within the current university landscape".

In addition to Swansea University registrar Andrew Rhodes, who will open the conference, key note speakers also include Coffee Republic co-founder Sahar Hasemi OBE, an internationally-recognised thought leader on innovation and entrepreneurship.

They will be joined by University of Oxford professor of experimental psychology Professor Charles Spence, an expert on consumer neuroscience and sensory marketing.

Other key note speakers include The Bloodhound Project director Richard Noble OBE, entrepreneur Rachael Flanagan and Olympic athlete Samantha Murray.

Best practice workshops will be another feature of the conference, further emphasising the value of innovative partnerships.

Further details of the event can be found here.

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