The Cass Innovate Conference
Thursday 4 May 2017
Whether you run your own business or you work for an ambitious organisation, you need to be entrepreneurial to remain competitive. Santander University Partner, Cass Business School, are running a half-day conference, Cass Innovate, where they will help you to answer the important questions:
What is entrepreneurship?
How can you foster climates that facilitate corporate innovation and entrepreneurship?
What can corporates learn from entrepreneurs? What can entrepreneurs learn from corporates?
About the conference
By bringing together academics, trainers and practitioners Cass Innovate will explore crosscutting themes in creativity, innovation, entrepreneurship and leadership, as well as design and digital.
Attend the conference if you want to learn about new digital tools to support creative work, new agile creative processes, and how to deliver innovations in entrepreneurial projects.
5.30pm - Santander customer Paul Barham of Flight Club will share his story of the challenges he faced as he took an idea to market, and how he has overcome these to open his second Flight Club in London. Hear how he took advantage of technical advances to become a successful, established and growing business.
Audience: SMEs, Business Students, and Entrepreneurs – all keen to learn from someone who has (and continues to) grow and innovate.
6:45pm - Evening Fireside Chat with Entrepreneur Sarah Wood (Unruly)
What is the format?
Cass Innovate comprises a variety of workshops, talks and panel discussions about entrepreneurship, innovation and leadership. The day's programme includes:
Keynote speakers from thought leaders
Collaborative workshops to engage in new experiences
Research presentations from leading academics
Panels and showcases to explore and discuss relevant topics
A student startup marketplace
Opportunities to network.
If you would like more information on the key speakers and how to join the event, please visit Cass Innovate