Free innovation event. Learn more about potential innovation in your business, seek out investment opportunities and shape the future of innovation in Worcestershire.
Innovation is a topic that many businesses want to be more involved with, whether this be accessing innovation support or through joining innovative programmes to make their organisation more innovative. Recognising this, the Worcestershire LEP and BetaDen will be hosting a two FREE events to bring businesses together on this topic.
Both events are on Wednesday 15 March in the evening and are completely FREE for businesses to attend. The events provide the chance for businesses to be able to understand what is currently being done across the county to drive innovation, but also a chance to be involved in the discussion around what Innovation could be in Worcestershire. Both events will also supply food and drink refreshments and several opportunities for networking with other businesses.
BetaDen have opened the doors to their Cohort showcase events to allow more of the Worcestershire business community to see the technology and products being accelerated in the county. So far BetaDen has supported over 40 businesses with numerous high profile success stories of organisations working with Royal Mail, the NHS and HS2.
This is an opportunity for local businesses to attend the latest showcase event to engage with the cohort businesses to form relationships and much more.
Alongside the cohort showcase, the Worcestershire LEP will be hosting the next installment of its Worcestershire Business Forum series. These forum events allow local businesses to come together to meet other like minded businesses and discuss key challenges and opportunities for growth. The latest forum will be themed on Innovation in Worcestershire, with questions such as what more needs to be done to support different businesses and where could Worcestershire position itself in relation to national innovation themes.
Places at both events are going fast and local businesses are encouraged to book their place soon to avoid disappointment.