Enterprise and business engagement
Businesses and organisations often ask us to apply our resources, expertise and technical knowledge to help solve problems. Read more about how you can access and benefit from our services.
A hub for enterprise and innovation
The Clarence Centre for Enterprise and Innovation has been a thriving hub for small businesses since the 1980s. It provides research, business development, tenancy and consultancy services to businesses, making it a vital resource for business students and professionals alike.
Knowledge Transfer Partnerships
Knowledge Transfer Partnerships (KTPs) are designed to help businesses improve their competitiveness and productivity by tapping into the knowledge, expertise and skills offered by universities.
Our Knowledge Exchange Institute gives you access to LSBU's expert knowledge, as well as unique funding sources like the KTP scheme, to help you turn your business ideas into real business opportunities.
We can help you with business development, improving or introducing business processes and services, developing technologies, establishing new capabilities, and increasing efficiency.
We use our expertise and applied research to offer a range of consulting services, from business development to business intelligence, for any organisation. Let us improve your business by bringing our academic and research expertise into your world.
Our academics take on challenges that are holding your business back and help you through the process of change and development to achieve short, medium and long term objectives.
31 January 2019'Can FMCG brands disrupt market equilibrium by delivering new category users?
7 February 2019The value of information in a knowledge based and digital economy
14 February 2019Barriers against effective responses to early warning signs in projects
28 February 2019Development of indicators of absorptive capacity at micro and macro levels
14 March 2019Dark social: The biggest missed opportunity in marketing
21 March 2019'Visualizing Consumer Culture: A Semiotic Understanding of Interpreted Brands
28 March 2019Responding to ageing demographics: A positive view from a public administration and public policy perspective.
Renowned physicist Brian Cox addresses African knowledge exchange conference at LSBU
21 December 2018
London South Bank University’s new Passmore Centre will drive Apprenticeship delivery in Southwark
28 November 2018
David Longbottom, former LSBU Pro-Chancellor, awarded honorary doctorate
1 November 2018
LSBU students provide solutions for the local business community
14 June 2018
Annual careers evening with the School of Business
12 March 2018
Digital communications with Andrew Mitchell from Brandmovers
9 March 2018
LSBU wins Accountancy College of the Year for second year running
21 February 2018
LSBU is open for business to train apprentices from non-levy paying employers
4 January 2018
LSBU announces new partnership with Brandmovers Inc
30 November 2017