New Innovate UK brand launched as part of unified UKRI identity
A new brand for Innovate UK was launched yesterday as part of a unified identity for UK Research and Innovation (UKRI).
The new brand reflects UKRI’s vision along with the identities and remits of the nine councils that form the organisation.
UKRI will now begin a phased introduction across the organisation and the facilities it manages.
Dr Ian Campbell, Innovate UK Executive Chair, yesterday said:
“The new brand attests to the importance of Innovate UK’s work in driving productivity and economic growth both to UKRI’s ambitions and the future of the UK.”
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