Published: 25 March 2007 at 15:45
Embedding innovation sessions will be funded by the European Social Fund
Anglia Ruskin University, in collaboration with the University of Salford and Lancaster University, is presenting a programme of training and development sessions on the theme of ‘Embedding Innovation’.
The six days of sessions will be presented at Anglia Ruskin University’s Cambridge campus. It will start with Where is my business now with new ideas and innovation? (Friday 1 June – Saturday 2 June), progress to a session on Where do I want my business to go in the future? (Friday 15 June – Saturday 16 June) and conclude with How do I implement new ideas and innovation? (Friday 14 September – Saturday 15 September).
The programme will include participants from a wide variety of business sectors. The sessions are interactive and designed to stimulate, encourage and support participants with new ideas for developing their businesses.
Speaking on the subject of these new and groundbreaking sessions, Robert Jones, Lecturer in Entrepreneurship & Innovation, said:
Dr Tristan Moyle, Lecturer in Philosophy at Anglia Ruskin University added:
The programme is funded by ESF European Social Fund, so there will be no charge to participants.The organizers are inviting applications from enterprises ranging in size from one to 250 people.