Businesses are being invited to join high profile speakers for ‘making the impossible possible’ at the upcoming Worcestershire Innovation (WINN) Wednesday event.
The interactive session, named ‘6 impossible things before breakfast’, will take place on 30 November from 5pm – 8:30pm at the University of Worcester Arena.
Zeke Abry, NPD leader at Gtech and Rob Draper, a talented local Artist and Designer are just some of the speakers that will be sharing their stories on how they used innovation to make the impossible possible. The event will include a ‘Mad Hatters Tea Party’, with complimentary food and the return of the popular mock-tails.
The WINN programme is designed to bring together networks of innovation communities and like-minded individuals to form successful collaborations, provide a vibrant and creative environment to inspire ideas and opportunities, and assist in launching new concepts.
Businesses are also being encouraged to save the date for future WINN Wednesday events, taking place on 8 February 2017 and 5 April 2017.
Gary Woodman, Chief Executive of Worcestershire Local Enterprise Partnership, said: “Innovation really is crucial for allowing businesses to boost their productivity and expand their business’ presence in existing markets or potentially into new markets, and this can only be good news for our local economy.
“WINN Wednesdays really are a fantastic opportunity for local companies to discuss new ideas and network with industry experts in an innovative business environment.”
Cllr Dr Ken Pollock, Cabinet Member with Responsibility for Economy, Skills and Infrastructure at Worcestershire County Council, said: “It is great to see how popular the WINN Wednesday events are in the local business community and I am sure that there will be many companies in attendance at the upcoming event to discuss the latest developments in innovation.
“I would strongly encourage businesses to register their place at the earliest opportunity to find out how their company can boost their innovation and productivity.”
A limited number of spaces are available for the free event and businesses are encouraged to register at the earliest opportunity via the Worcestershire Innovation website, www.winn-hub.com.
Any questions about Worcestershire Innovation Wednesday can be sent to email@example.com and businesses can join the conversation on Twitter using #WINN.