Cambridge and its surroundings are known as one of the most innovative regions in the world and studies have shown that geographical clusters of the innovation actors such as small and medium companies, investors, intellectual property experts, technology exploitation services and mass manufacturers are crucial elements if real returns are to be made form public funded investments in the long term.
Are you therefore interested in hearing and seeing this innovation supply chain and what it really takes to be an entrepreneur in the emerging technologies fields? There is a unique opportunity to listen to, network with, and be inspired by the group of dedicated individuals who are actively working in this area to help the UK grow new industries and provide growth and jobs.
The NanoKTN, in partnership with the FP7 NanoCom project, is convening its regular regional workshop of the NanoEntreprenuers focus group seminar at The Hauser Forum in Cambridge with the aim of fostering links and growing business opportunities to this important global hub of innovation.
The programme has now been announced and the highlight of the event is a presentation by Prof. Chris Lowe of the Cambridge University who has been awarded an OBE for his services to science and is an exceptional serial entrepreneur.
Session 1: Funding Innovation
Session 2: Company Case Studies
Session 3: Business and Investment Issues for SME’s
We encourage anyone who has aspirations or curiosity to come and join us for a great day!