It’s believed that 9 out of 10 start ups fail every year. With universities being such a big hub of excitement, hard work, experimentation and of course…innovation, a number of universities – and companies – have introduced in-house incubators and accelerators to help ease the pressure many start-ups can feel. As the interest in entrepreneurship has grown in recent years, models for delivering these programmes have evolved to keep pace.

Britta Wyatt joins PatSnap to discuss current trends in start-up incubation, what the business world can learn from universities.


Britta Wyatt

Britta is an experienced consultant with a background in early-stage investment, business analysis and IT strategy.