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Transforming Innovation: turning great technology into great business06/02/2024
TTIP Global and Orbis Business School join forces to shape the future of innovation
Madrid, Kuala Lumpur, 06 February 2024 - Today, a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) was signed between TTIP Global and Orbis Business School to kickstart their collaboration.
With the risk of disruption around every corner, many companies are lagging in innovation and subsequently struggle to turn ideas into profitable products and services. We believe that successful innovation is not just a function of R&D, it is a mindset and responsibility of everyone in the organisation. This involves strong leadership and requires building teams that drive the change needed to make it happen.
Through our collaboration, we aim to help companies to:
- Unlock the innovative potential of multi-disciplinary teams;
- Establish a culture of innovation;
- Develop leaders to drive innovation.
We do this by providing facilitated online and face to face programmes to turn new ideas into profitable and sustainable business. The joint programmes that we offer to the market are extremely adaptable to any organisation's need: run either virtually, face-to-face, and being either "open" or designed for a company’s specific challenges.
Prof Andy Wynn, CEO of TTIP Global said, “We are delighted with our collaboration with Orbis Business School. We both have a strong focus on the interface between innovation and people and business success. Our unrivalled foundation in science, technology and engineering companies, makes us well positioned to enable innovative companies to scale and grow.”
Dennis Akkerman MBA, Managing Director of Orbis Business School commented, “We are excited to work together with TTIP Global who share the same values and are a great partner for driving sustainable transformation. TTIP Global has a strong brand presence and client base in the West, with good links to Asia, whereas we have a strong brand presence and client base in Asia with good links to the West.”