Tricuro and AUB are partnering to identify opportunities for staff and students to collaborate on commercial projects with support, including but not limited to digital design, digital fabrication and other technical support for mutual benefit.

At the outset, this includes investigating how photography can be used to better represent Tricuro’s clients, carers and families and the Tricuro services that they access. This collaboration will draw upon the skills and expertise of photography students, working alongside Tricuro staff and those whom we support to produce authentic and representative imagery.

In time, the partnership will explore new to the company innovation processes utilising AUB’s research and practice into digital learning technologies and platforms. The purpose of this will be to develop new capabilities within Tricuro that will ultimately help the business to diversify its income streams and support improvements in the sustainable delivery of key health and wellbeing activities.

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