Could your business benefit from having a Eureka moment?

Innovation often means different things to different people.  However, it doesn’t have to involve substantial investment or expensive equipment and is not just for multinational companies.  Innovation can be achieved through knowledge and inspiration, with people who can help you view your business in a completely different way and provide the route to success.

Find out how your business might be able to benefit from a free audit and potential funding to drive innovation forward at this free breakfast event.

Alan Ward from the Innovation School Limited will give a presentation on ‘’Innovation: common sense but not common practice” providing an insight into the best practices of highly successful businesses with an implementation framework for all organisations.

Helen Hunter-Hayes, from Shropshire Council will talk about the Eureka Project, which is part funded by the European Regional Development Fund and Nigel Jordan from the University of Wolverhampton will highlight the help available if you choose to apply for a Eureka grant.

There is no charge for the event but pre-registration is required

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