Access opportunities, stand out
Halve the time you spend looking for industry partners, access opportunities and grants for your researchers.
Stand out, connect and engage industry innovation and research projects.
Do you find translation for you, your staff or colleagues challenging?
Finding it hard to acquire funding and grants?
Does it feel like hard to work trying to connect with Industry?
Wonder if your work has translational relevance?
Sick of the lottery that is ARC and NHRMC discovery and project grants?
ARC Grant success rates are now approaching 20%. NHMRC success rates are even lower, and getting close to 10%. Conversely ARC Linkage grant and NHRMC Project Grant success rates are closer to 40% (and rising).
In our experience the biggest barrier to a successful Linkage or Partnership grant is not a good project - its good partners. A major barrier to getting good partners is fear - fear of having ideas on display that others might take apart. Fear that the work does not have industry relevance. Being fearful is no longer an option. Research cannot be sustained with lotto like chances of funding. Research can and should involve accessing industry partners who are looking for you.
LinkedIn is a powerful tool to be able to access industry funding.
There are people out there who want to work with you.
You just need to make it easy.
LinkedIn and the need to manage your online personal brand are creating lots of questions in universities and industry. The challenge is knowing what to do with it and what to say to people.
Many see an opportunity for LinkedIn but are not sure how to maximise it. They have seen people try and fail with other social media such as twitter and facebook and now worry about LinkedIn. However, there are massive opportunities - particularly with the National Innovation and Science Agenda - to work with industry for mutual benefit, not to mention increasing funding imperatives to find industry partners.
Maximise the opportunities for funding and collaboration and make translation easy.
Make a difference and have your research make the impact on the world.
LinkedIn is a powerful tool for researchers to access industry opportunities as these decision-makers are not necessarily on Researchgate. With over 420 million professionals on LinkedIn and growing each day, it's hard to ignore. In this free webinar, Dr Richard Huysmans and Jane Anderson will show you how to use LinkedIn to:
- Explore the key tools to connect with Industry and create collaborations and other opportunities
- Uncover the 3 secrets that create opportunities for Researchers
- Identify how to speak the language that Industry speak on LinkedIn
- Ensure your research team has a consistent message and brand for external-facing collaboration opportunities
- Complement face-to-face and telephone collaboration activities
- Showcase your knowledge to become a trusted advisor in industry
- Increase traction in meetings making decisions happen quicker
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Dr. Richard Huysmans
specialises in delivering high quality Business Analytics and Management Consulting in the research, university and government sectors.
He is driven by the challenge of helping organisations achieve their full potential. He has been making the impossible possible for clients in research, health and education for more than seven years.
His clients appreciate his cut-through approach. He knows the sector and how to turn ideas into reality.
Jane Anderson is a strategic communications expert and is passionate about working with women in consulting.
With over 20 years’ experience in the industry, she’s worked with over 100,000 people on building more trust and influence in their businesses and brands.
Her clients have included Virgin Australia, Lego, Ikea, Rio Tinto and BlueScope Steel. She has mentored some of the world's leading experts in their field to elevate their message, brand and practices.
Jane’s blog was recently voted in the top 10 branding blogs in Australia and she’s been in the top three branding gurus globally.
She is the host of the iTunes podcast, The Jane Anderson Brand You Show, and has been featured in Business Insider, Sky Business, Sydney Morning Herald and The Age.
Jane has also been nominated 10 times for the Telstra Business Women’s Awards, and is the author of eight books including her latest, Put Yourself Out There: 10 Mind Hacks to Elevate Your Presence and Increase Your Influence.
She is also an Asana Certified Pro.
Professor Matthew Perugini, La Trobe University
"The 'LinkedIn MasterClass on Research Translation' facilitated by Jane Anderson and Dr Richard Huysmans from RAVEN was superb. Highly recommend this to all Australian researchers looking to reach out to the world. Great job Jane and Richard."
Amee Morgans, RDNS
"LinkedIn has meant we now have higher quality content, less sharing of others and more of our original work. We're getting more comments and more replies to our enquiries. We also have more gravitas by having our LinkedIn profiles professionally written. The first impressions are now on LinkedIn. We're finding the middle ground easier and it's helping to set clearer expectations."