10th October IM Networking Event: DEADLINE TO REGISTER – 6TH OCTOBERSeptember 9, 2011
HURRY AND REGISTER FOR THE NEXT IM NETWORKING EVENT BEFORE ITS TOO LATE!
Innovation Martlesham would like to invite you to an informal breakfast networking event with guest speakers Kate Duggan, Technology Advisor, Enterprise Europe East of England and Michael Gray, Cradle 2 Cradle Network Project Manager, Suffolk County Council.
Date: 10th October 2011
Time: 08:00 – 09.30
Venue: The Ross Building Foyer, Adastral Park
PLACES ARE LIMITED AND ATTENDANCE IS BY PRE-REGISTRATION ONLY. CLOSING DATE FOR REGISTRATION IS OCTOBER 6TH.
Confirmation of your place and joining instructions will be issued after you register.
Please register by contacting Nicky Daniels at firstname.lastname@example.org.
0800 Registration and networking over refreshments
0830 Welcome from David Ralph, The Chair of Innovation Martlesham
0835 Kate Duggan
0850 Michael Gray
0910 Questions and informal networking
Kate Duggan, Technology Advisor: Enterprise Europe East of England
The Enterprise Europe Network is the world’s largest business and innovation network covering 49 countries in Europe and beyond. Kate will provide an overview of the range of free services available to regional companies, focusing specifically on how Enterprise Europe East of England can help you to forge technology, research or commercial partnerships with other European businesses and research organisations.
Kate has been involved with the Enterprise Europe Network, and its predecessor the IRC Network, for over 8 years both in the East of England and in the Midlands. During this time she has worked with businesses across a broad range of sectors identifying prospective partners to help them improve and innovate or access new markets.
Michael Gray, C2CN Network Project Manager: Suffolk County Council
Cradle to Cradle’ (C2C) is a principle based framework that looks to guide us towards a future powered by truly renewable energy (current solar income) in which materials are constantly reused in closed loops and social, economic and environmental considerations have become truly inter-dependant. It can be applied to industry as an innovative business model in which waste can be minimised, raw materials utilisation reduced and higher quality products produced. Suffolk County Council will talk about their involvement in the ‘Cradle to Cradle Network’ (a project looking at the applicability of the C2C concept and funded primarily by the European Regional Development Fund) including the potential plans to encourage and enable companies to consider how to apply C2C here in the East of England.
For more information on the project please visit www.c2cn.eu.
For more information on Cradle to Cradle products please visit www.c2ccertified.org
>If you are interested in attending, contact Nicky Daniels email@example.com before the registration deadline on October 6th.