Are you aiming to:
- Develop new products and services?
- Exploit new ways to interact with customers and suppliers?
- Improve operational performance?
- Realise value by developing and spinning-off new ideas?
You need to access disruptive technologies and new business models, coming from other sectors and young venture companies.
One of the most significant challenges is identifying and making use of the new thinking and new technologies.
Our focus is on helping you do just that
UTP Consulting was created in 2011 by Paul Arwas and David Whittle. With over 60 years of combined experience we bring:
- Deep experience in the energy, clean tech, finance and telco sectors
- Hands-on experience of commercialising young ventures
- Track record of delivering growth and performance through technology and innovation
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A tie-up between a major corporate and a young tech start-up can be either a marriage made in heaven or a messy and acrimonious divorce waiting to happen. The Exult /BP tie-up is an extraordinary example of a marriage made in heaven. In the late 1990s BP, the third largest oil company in the world […]
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