Partnering with TEDxUniversityofStrathclyde
At TEDxUniversityofStrathclyde we are seeking partners whose values align with our own, where we can work together in the spirit of curiosity, authenticity and integrity to build a lasting relationship.
Become A TEDxUniversityofStrathclyde Partner
When we partner with a company, we want to ensure that we are working with like-minded forward-thinking organisations. Without the generosity of our partners we wouldn’t be able to make our events the successes they are renowned for.
To find out more about our partners, please click on "brief intro" link or you may click on the logo to visit their respective websites.
Novel Student is a new provider of student accommodation, one with a different way of doing things. Each part of the Novel offering, from incredible wellness facilities to excellent service has been designed with one thing in mind – to create communities of healthier, happier students.
Bridle Works is Novel Student’s new property in Glasgow City Centre, providing beautiful bedrooms coupled with attentive customer experience, including free weekday grab and go breakfast and free in-apartment washer-dryers and dishwashers.
Located within just a 5 minute walk to Strathclyde, and featuring 23 exceptional amenity spaces, including dual gaming, cinemas, private dining, a rooftop terrace with an outdoor BBQ, and more. Visit the Novel Student website and enquire with their team to find out more.
Lawlor Technologies is a software development company based in Glasgow. It is run by Chris who graduated from the University of Strathclyde in 2016 with a degree in Computer Science.
Primarily, Lawlor Tech focuses on developing bespoke applications for clients, although they have also released their own innovative products. One of these products is the Alexa C.P.R skill which has 120,000+ downloads after going viral last year. It is one of the most engaged Alexa skills.
Lawlor Technologies continues to innovate with more recently looking at ways to use Virtual Reality to solve industry challenges.