Sensor City and Unilever team up to drive innovation within Liverpool City Region.
02:54 28 July 2020
Liverpool-based innovation hub Sensor City has partnered with Unilever in a scheme that will drive innovation within Liverpool City Region.
Under the scheme, Sensor City will provide Unilever a package of technical and business support over the next two years. The two-year deal will see Sensor City deliver support to the global FMCG producer, comprising of technical project delivery, facilitated access to student and academic researchers and collaborative engagement opportunities. Within the next 24 months, Sensor City will provide support to students both within the University of Liverpool and Liverpool John Moores University.
Louise Goodman, Business and Innovations Manager at Sensor City, said: "We are delighted to be continuing our relationship with Unilever and building on the proven value that our engineers and business support teams can offer.
"Working with high profile companies like Unilever adds another dimensions to our dynamic business community and we look forward to supporting Unilever's innovation agenda over the next two years."
Helen Brannon, Research and Development Manager at Unilever, said: "Our membership of Sensor City enables us to rapid prototyping facilities, potential collaborations with SME companies hosted at Sensor City as well as access to future talent through potential projects with the students of Sensor City.