How to: Collaborate (Virtual Panel Discussion)
27th Jan 2021, 11am
About this Event
Join us for the second of our ‘How to’ series, where we are joined by experts from a variety of industries who will be sharing their experiences and opinions on how we can collaborate most effectively in this ‘new world’.
Covid-19 has changed almost every aspect of our lives; from the way that we work, to the way we travel, to the way we socialise. Businesses, regardless of size and sector, have also been affected, challenging the way that we innovate, collaborate and lead.
Are you looking for new ways of collaborating in a digital world? Our How To: Collaborate Panel Discussion is essential for businesses who are looking to get ahead of their competitors and create sustained growth.
In the ‘How to:’ series, we shall be hearing from a variety of speakers sharing unique case studies, perspectives and learning points from the last year, and how they are planning to move forward as the prospect of returning to normality increases.
Have the opportunity, following the presentations, to share your thoughts and ask the panellists your questions, expanding upon their experiences and understanding how we can collaborate more effectively, getting the most out of working in teams both internally and externally.
Speakers & Panellists:
Penny Bartram – Cambridge Norwich Tech Corridor
Katie Fisher – The User Story
Lucy Summers & Jake Sutcliffe – Indigo Illusions
James Williamson – NAAME
Andy Narayn-Barrow – Hethel Innovation
11:00 – 11:30: Introduction & Speaker Presentations
11:30 – 12:30: Q+A & Panel Discussion
Who Should Attend:
- Team Leaders
- Product Managers
- Independent Business Owners
- SME Decision Makers
- Public Sector Representatives
- Students & Researchers
What Will Be Covered:
- How different sectors and organisations have collaborated during Covid-19.
- Best practice and tips for collaborating in this ‘new world’.
- Overview of funding available to allow you to innovate.
Hethel Innovation is an EU-funded business support organisation, providing support to Norfolk and Suffolk’s business environment to innovate and become more productive and competitive as a result. Hethel Innovation also provides incubation services through Hethel Engineering Centre and Scottow Enterprise Park.
Organiser: Hethel Innovation