|We have a combined 30 years of experience in researching the requirements of, and implementing change in, organisations. This experience has validated our belief that the best outcomes are achieved by working with all members of staff and management. This has led to clients realising significant savings through process optimisation; redesigning their IT systems to support future growth; launching innovative services into global markets; a Health & Safety Executive research publication; and academic research presentations and publications.Please see the Research and Client pages for details of these outcomes.|
|John works with entrepreneurs and organisations to help transform their vision into reality. With expertise spanning business and academia, he is adept in either environment and brings deep understanding of both to solve client challenges.||Sam has conducted research with and on behalf of the NHS, charities and commercial research organisations. Sam calls upon a unique mix of psychology frameworks and methodologies to answer research questions.|
|I’m now fully focused on High Tech Bristol and Bath CIC. Any views expressed here are entirely my own. In the past I’ve secured funding for 6 Knowledge Transfer Partnerships while at UWE, Bristol with each being around £100k over 2 years (details and mileage vary). Some examples from previous companies I’ve helped can be found on our Clients page. I’ve written business plans for Futurelab and clients justifying investment decisions (either internally or externally) that have ranged from £30k to £3m.I’m currently Chair of the Bristol & Bath Branch of the British Science Association (Reg. Charity 212479). I’m also a Member of the Institute of Knowledge Transfer. I’ve been a Young Enterprise Business Adviser to Colson’s Girls School and a commercially endorsed skipper with the London Sailing Project.
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|I’ve had the great fortune to work primarily in health care for the last fifteen years. This has spanned such diverse fields as; hyperbaric medicine, Chronic respiratory disease, Maxillofacial cancer and Speech and Language Therapy. I have generally focused on the impact of disease and treatment on the biopsychosocial aspects of patients. Additionally, I have also investigated the proficiency of clinical performance in relation to newly qualified doctors and their safe and effective practice as prescribers. A number of these pieces of work have been published (and others are currently being written up for publication). You can find a list of some of these and links (where available) on our Research page. Each completed project inspires new questions for the research teams I work with and the requirement for sourcing funding, which is a growing part of my remit.|