Business Services and Knowledge Exchange

"Our collaboration with Universities ensures world-class learning provision and accreditation to the highest possible industry and academic standards. "
Jim McColl, OBE

GCU Business works with business and public sector clients who have technology or capacity challenges to offer access to specialist facilities and the expertise of our academics, helping clients develop their business through a tailored approach to the challenges they face. 

‌Does your organisation find it a challenge to build capacity or access specialist skills, testing facilities and expertise? Clients already benefiting from our expertise include SSE, Howden, Historic Scotland, FMC Technologies, Scottish Power and Doble.

Contact us on gcubusiness@gcu.ac.uk or 0141 331 3189 about how we can help your organisation.

Customised education programmes to suit organisations including Transnet Freight Rail.

Clients including Doble work with us on longterm R&D collaboration projects.

Knowledge Transfer Partnerships (KTPs) help businesses innovate through access to our expertise.

 

News

  • Alex Salmond pays tribute to Professor McKay Alex Salmond pays tribute to Professor McKay Former First Minister Alex Salmond MSP praised the outstanding contribution of the late Professor Ailsa McKay during day two of the Commemorative Conference at Glasgow Caledonian University (GCU).
  • Entrepreneurial hub at GCU is launched Entrepreneurial hub at GCU is launched The Minister for Europe and International Development Humza Yousaf MSP addressed students, staff and alumni at the official launch of the University’s entrepreneurial hub, UHatch, hosted by the Principal and Vice-Chancellor Professor Pamela Gillies CBE.
  • Commemorative conference marks the life of leading feminist economist Commemorative conference marks the life of leading feminist economist The life and work of internationally respected feminist economist, the late Professor Ailsa McKay, will be celebrated by leading politicians, policy makers and academics at a conference in her honour.