Case studies for enterprise and business
Tangible business results
From consultancy, to product development, to researching new technologies, the University of Hertfordshire's business expertise is dynamic and wide-ranging. With us as your partner, you can expect the highest standards – and real results.
Here's a selection of our success stories - showing you how we work with our partners to produce tangible business results:
Access panel manufacturer Howe Green worked with the University of Hertfordshire to create a strategic business model to evaluate and gain entry to international markets.
Independent pharmacy buying group, CAMRx, have benefited from pre-registration training designed to improve the competencies of trainee pharmacists. The programme has run for the last 3 years, with over 100 pharmacists trained.
Axxium Ltd worked in partnership with the University of Hertfordshire to build a 'smart lock' working prototype for individuals with restricted mobility.
Prescription for change
How to equip people with the skills to manage performance is an issue taxing many public sector employers. Find out how our Business School came up with a successful training formula for science professionals at NIBSC.
An electronic instrumentation company looking to globally expand has produced a competitive prototype with help from the University of Hertfordshire.
Clean energy for cars is achievable using a zero-carbon hydrogen energy system, which has been designed, manufactured and patented by ITM Power Plc and tested at the University of Hertfordshire.
A pioneering gadget, which eliminates 99% of germs on computer keyboards, has been tested at the University of Hertfordshire’s Biodet laboratory.
The Performance and Fitness Consultancy (PFC) and the Functional and Performance Nutrition (FPN) research teams at the University of Hertfordshire have carried out 6 years of extensive research to aid athletes in the UK increase their performance potential.
Working to provide retailers with the latest technology and innovation in the fields of weighing, labelling and in store operations, Herbert Retail Ltd accessed the University of Hertfordshire’s expertise through a Knowledge Transfer Partnership. This resulted in a four-fold increase in stock accuracy and a company saving of £350,000 per annum.