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Corporate Partners

The centre offers a wide range of possible collaborations such as sponsorship, research partnership projects and even sponsoring a PhD or researcher posts to progress specific areas. Corporate partners can also collaborate on research projects built around key digital transformation topics. Our partners will receive access to data and insights on collaborative research projects. Our research and dissemination aim to advance knowledge and help businesses, governments and individuals adapt to a world in transformation. Our work is made possible by the generous support of individuals, foundations, and corporations.

If your company is interested in joining our Corporate Membership Programme, please contact Deepak Saxena at deepak.saxena@tcd.ie.

Trinity Centre for Digital Business – Sponsorship Levels

 

Key Benefits Gold Silver Bronze
Research Engagement
  • Senior researcher with a programme of research on a range of business problems
  • Team of PhDs or a Post-doctoral Researcher working on defined business problem(s)
  • PhD Student working on a defined business problem or Maters students Projects
Thought Leadership Benefits
  • Report summarising key findings
  • Consultancy
  • Invite to the Trinity Business School Seminars
  • Customised Workshop
  • Report summarising key findings
  • Consultancy
  • Invite to the Trinity Business School Seminars
  • Report summarising key findings
  • Invite to the Trinity Business School Seminars
Communication & Branding Benefits
  • Branding with all Centre Events
  • Speaking/Panel participation at Centre Events
  • Recognition on Website
  • Student Recruitment Activities
  • Panel participation and acknowledgement at the Specific Events
  • Recognition on Website
  • Student Recruitment Activities
  • Recognition on Website
  • Student Recruitment Activities

 

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