Kingston Innovation Network – Virtual Event

Tuesday 3 November 2020, 10 – 11am

Kingston Council will be joining forces with Kingston University and business support guru Roya Croudace, to establish an engagement forum for Kingston businesses designed to encourage innovation and collaboration and share information on support available through the Covid-19 crisis.

The network will kick off with an online event on 3 November where you can find out how your business can benefit and ask questions:

  • RBK Councillor John Sweeney, portfolio holder for Business will provide a current snapshot of the local economy and outline future plans to encourage business recovery and build resilience
  • Adele Roberts-Hunt, Head of Business Engagement at Kingston University will outline a number of funded initiatives that enable businesses to innovate and grow, and tap into academic, student and graduate talent
  • Roya Croudace, specialist in the business support arena and currently a Non-Executive Director at the Knowledge Transfer Network will speak about the current world of business support and funding options, an increasing trend for collaboration since Covid-19, and how this may support business recovery and growth.

This initial event will connect Kingston businesses and organisations, and stimulate ideas, innovation and the sharing of knowledge in order to make a positive impact on your business and the local economy.

Booking is essential so please register here.

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