(From Western Morning News)
Byline: LIZ PARKS
The trading arm of a Westcountry university features at number 16 on the Fast Growth 75 list - with predictions that it will soon be pushing into the top ten.
While Plymouth University is, like many higher education institutions, registered as a charity and receives much of its income from central government via the Higher Education Funding Council for England, it also generates additional income.
University of Plymouth Enterprise handles income generated from the university's contracts to run innovation centres in Cornwall as well as income generated from consultancy, patents, intellectual property …