Businesses and organisations are being made aware of the new WINN and FindItinWorcestershire events coming to Worcestershire.
Once again, the regular WINN events are ‘going on tour’ for 2020 ready to meet innovative local businesses across the county of Worcestershire.
The presentations will focus on connections throughout the county and how to get involved.
Topics include: Worcestershire’s first Innovation Platform, One Worcestershire getting connected, public speaking, networking and digital connections.
This year the WINNing Connections events are being hosted in four connections – focused venues with refreshments provided.
14 May 5pm-7pm The Kiln
17 September 2pm-4pm BloomSpace
19 November 9:30am-11:30am Spetchley Park Gardens
Alongside the regular WINN events, the next WINN Wednesday is taking place on 15 April at the University of Worcester Arena from 5-8:30pm
The event will be focused on “Black Mirror” allowing attendees to reflect what future consequences may await, resulting from the trajectory of decisions and actions of today. Attendees can join the team and explore potential outcomes and innovations as organisations look towards the future.
For more information and to book a place at the event, visit the WINN website here.
The next Findit in Worcestershire event will be taking place on 17 March, at the Sixways Stadium, Worcester 6:45am-9:30am.
The Nobel Prize winning economist, Paul Krugman, once said that while “productivity isn’t everything, in the long run it is almost everything”.
2020 looks set to be a pivotal year for the uptake of digital solutions to help drive business productivity and growth. There are green shoots of optimism with businesses realising the benefits of an increased investment in new technology.
Join the team on at Sixways Stadium, where speakers will:
- Shine a light on the emerging reality of the adoption of new innovations
- Discuss how businesses can explore technologies best suited to their business goals
- Explain how innovation is one of the key drivers of productivity improvements in private and public sector organisations
For more information and to book a place at the event, visit the FindItInWorcestershire website here.