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University project offers fast-track to market with top tips on innovation.
The ERDF funded Innovation to Commercialisation (I2C) project, delivered by the University of Chester, is among the many initiatives being showcased at next month’s Chester Business Show. Organisations from across the North West are attending the one day event, being held at Chester Racecourse on October 4. The show is bringing together experts who can provide solutions to any business issue and who will be happy to offer hints, tips and advice to attendees.
Over 400 delegates are expected at the free-to-attend event, which offers great networking opportunities with peers and experts, along with access to seminar sessions, workshops and the exhibition area. Attendees will be able to learn tips and techniques for best practice, while gaining insights into emerging trends and how to get ahead of the competition.
Paul Vernon, sponsor of the I2C project and CEO at Thornton Science Park, where it is based, said: “Anyone seeking ways to facilitate introducing innovation to their business and turning it into a commercial reality should seek out I2C at the Chester Business Show. It’s an ideal opportunity for SMEs from the region to talk to our team of experts about successful new project development, from concept generation through to commercialisation.”
Anyone interested should go to http://www.chesterbusinessshow.co.uk for more information on registering for free and signing up for a variety of seminar sessions.
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