Established in 1975, Knowledge Transfer Partnerships (KTP) are one of the world’s leading knowledge transfer mechanisms, providing:
If you think a KTP or Management KTP could be the right mechanism to deliver your innovation or strategic management project and you have read the Business section of this website (including the section: Funding a KTP), please use the map below to find your nearest Knowledge Transfer Adviser whom you should contact in the first instance to discuss your project idea.
Since it started KTP has helped over 12,000 organisations innovate for growth. The programme aims to help businesses improve their competitiveness and productivity through the better use of knowledge, technology and skills within the UK knowledge base.
Knowledge Transfer Partnerships (KTPs) are funded by UKRI through Innovate UK with the support of co-funders, including the Scottish Funding Council, Welsh Government, Invest Northern Ireland, Defra and BEIS. Innovate UK manages the KTP and mKTP programmes and facilitates its delivery through a range of partners including the KTN, Knowledge Bases and Businesses. Each partner plays a specific role in the support and delivery of the programme.
As well as facilitating delivery of the KTP programmes, the KTN runs a wide variety of briefings and events to help UK businesses in all sectors access expertise and funding. See the full KTN Events listing here.
The KTP programme 2020/21 is run continuously throughout the year. Please check here for the full list of open and close dates.
Click on the map to find your closest Adviser or Academic Institution.