Coventry University & Whitespace join forces to bring the best capabilities to innovative projects & programmes
Following two successful ventures, Coventry University has signed a two-year collaboration agreement with UK innovation tech company, Whitespace.
I am delighted we have agreed on a strategic relationship with Whitespace, who bring innovation and technical capability to support Coventry University Group’s desire to generate impact across the wide range of communities we serve. Both organisations see multiple opportunities to collaborate and innovate bringing new capabilities and technology to bear on some of our greatest challenges.Paul Noon, Pro-Vice-Chancellor (Enterprise & Innovation) at Coventry University
I am genuinely excited about how this collaboration between the two organisations brings the best of our joint capabilities in support of a number of future collaborations in the field of AI/ML developments, platform developments and thought leadership collaboration.Andrew Webber, Chief Commercial & Marketing Officer at Whitespace
If you're not willing to change your processes, then you're probably not innovating
There are those who think because they have a policy, it’s job done. No need to have a difficult conversation or review processes. The potential for change has been readied for the moment it happens.
Whitespace & IBM launch the Responsible Computing Tech Innovation Challenge
Never one to shy away from a challenge, we're extremely pleased to announce our latest collaboration with IBM - and this time we are inviting startups and SMEs from across the EMEA region to take part in the Responsible Computing Tech Innovation Challenge.
Whitespace facilitates the Emergent Alliance. A Covid-19 data alliance featuring IBM, Rolls Royce, Microsoft, and Google Cloud.
Drawing on a diverse collaboration of corporates, individuals, NGOs and Governments, the Alliance will contribute expertise, data, and resources to inform decision making on regional and global economic challenges to aid societal recovery post Covid-19.