Turbocharge Your Innovation & Scale-up Your Business – NORWICH
ARE YOU GROWING, INNOVATIVE, DEVELOPING NEW TECHNOLOGIES OR INVESTING IN R&D?
If so, then this may be for you. The New Anglia Growth Hub, together with Enterprise Europe Network (EEN)
and Knowledge Transfer Network (KTN) are hosting a free masterclass aimed at companies that are fast growing or have potential to scale, using or developing new technology or investing in research and innovation.
This half day event being held at Hethel Engineering Centre will help businesses from Norfolk and Suffolk understand funding and grants available, tips for writing an application with a high chance of success and discover the one to one application support that is available. There will be the opportunity to hear first-hand the benefits and experiences of local businesses, understand your firm’s capacity to commercialise and scale-up, or progress to the Goldman Sachs 10,000 Small Business Programme.
Funded by the European Regional Development (ERDF) Fund, this rare opportunity is free to attend, but spaces are limited! One representative per company please.
HEAR FROM THE EXPERTS
Professor Mark Hart
50th Anniversary Professor of Small Business and Entrepreneurship
Holder of the Queen’s Award for Enterprise Promotion 2014,
Programme Director and Academic Lead, Goldman Sachs 10,000 Small Businesses,
UK Deputy Director, Enterprise Research Centre (ERC)
Associate Director, Aston Centre for Growth.
Dr Morgan Potter
Business Growth Adviser (Innovation) New Anglia Growth Hub
Dr Liliya Serazetdinova
Knowledge Transfer Manager – KTN Agri-Food
Dr Roger Hetherington
Senior Innovation Adviser, Enterprise Europe Network, Exemplas Ltd, St John’s Innovation Centre, Cambridge
Programme and Process Success Stories:
James Cook Director – PCE Automation Ltd.
Alex Durand Chief Executive Officer – SaxonAir
Kevin Magee Director & Safety Authority – Proeon Systems Ltd.
•Arrival and networking
•The Innovation Funding Landscape
•Funding opportunities and participation criteria
•How to prepare a good proposal
•Experiences of local SMEs
•The new Innovate UK support process and steps
•Developing capacity to commercialise and scale up.
Times: Masterclass – 9am to 1pm
Networking & Tours – 1pm-2pm