February 6th, 2019
Are you an entrepreneur or innovator? There’s limited time left to register for Ingenuity19 — the University of Nottingham’s annual innovation event designed to discover and develop enterprising ideas to transform our future.
The Ingenuity partnership provides a platform for staff, students and alumni to create change and opportunity across the Midlands.
The event is a brilliant opportunity for disruptors, entrepreneurs and community innovators to come together, and explore key challenges facing society. It’s designed to discover and support a generation of social and commercial innovators in the UK and beyond.
Split into three stages, Inspire, Develop and Compete, Ingenuity19 will see the University of Nottingham collaborate with our city, establish its civic agenda, and invest in its ability to work with Nottingham’s businesses and communities to transform the future of our city.
We are delighted to announce that Loughborough University, the University of Warwick, the University of Derby and Nottingham Trent University have all signed up to be part of Ingenuity19. The partnership has been created to enable impact and legacy far beyond the University of Nottingham, with exciting commercial and social entrepreneurship adding value to the Midlands Engine.
The ambition of Ingenuity19, from a social perspective, is that ideas will be created, regional partnerships will be established, enterprises founded, and solutions to social issues can be tackled in Loughborough, Derby, Coventry, Nottingham and beyond. Equally, by having the best of future leaders and innovators in one room, a high-bar will be set, creating world-class, technology-based businesses across the region.
If you’re interested in attending, visit www.nottingham.ac.uk/ingenuity19 to find out more. Registrations close Thursday 7 February 2019.
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