Last chance to book – Business and Innovation – the future is now

Innovation is an oft-used word in business circles, but what does it really mean – and how can businesses both large and small harness innovation to drive forward the East Midlands economy?

At this exclusive event, to be held from 8.30am until 11am on Wednesday 18 April at Nottingham Contemporary, will plan out a route map for growing businesses who want to achieve goals across their entire organisation. Perhaps they have their sights set on accomplishing core business aims and initiatives? Or maybe they’re looking to kick-start innovation transformation through idea generation, where ideas have been narrowed down during brainstorming sessions. But what of implementation?

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Either way, innovation should be an everyday part of the growth toolkit and should not only be used to introduce new services or products, but to also improve on those already at work within an organisation in order to reach a whole new customer base.

Complete with a Q&A session with our panel, networking opportunities and a high profile keynote speaker in futurist Tom Cheesewright this event will prove invaluable to owners and managers at all levels or size of business.

Tom will be joined on the panel by Dr Jeremy Hague, Nottingham Trent University’s head of local and economic engagement, Aaron Dicks, managing director of Impression, and Guy Berwick, head of innovation and delivery at Freeths.

Our panel will talk about how innovation, utilised correctly, can create value for a company – by driving revenues through new and existing channels, creating time and money and improving productivity.

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This all-morning event will ask whether East Midlands companies are leading the way in innovation, whether or not there is a ‘one-size-fits-all’ approach to innovation and discover the difference between invention and innovation.