Posts tagged with ‘Ingenuity’

Applications open for Ingenuity19

Ingenuity19 is looking for the next generation of entrepreneurs and innovators to create scalable social and […]

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Design thinking to transform your business

An Ingenuity breakfast event, exploring how design thinking techniques are used in the commercialisation of University research.

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The power of pictures: the role of images in business communication

Join us at this Ingenuity breakfast event, when Dr Mark Rawlinson will draw on his expertise in Art History to offer insights into how images can be used effectively in business.

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Prosperity in a time of economic uncertainty

An Ingenuity breakfast event focusing on the theme of ‘Prosperity in a Time of Economic Uncertainty’.

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Ingenuity18 applications are now open to staff

As the home of MRI, The University of Nottingham has a long history of creating innovative […]

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Ingenuity17 – the international entrepreneurship competition

The Ingenuity Lab has just launched the Ingenuity17 competition – open to all UoN undergraduates, postgraduates, […]

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Ingenuity16: Entrepreneurial Intelligence at The University of Nottingham

This year, The Ingenuity Lab’s annual entrepreneurial competition, Ingenuity16 saw 450+ entrants with ideas covering 12 […]

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The Creative Crucible Workshop

This workshop will look at how to translate creativity into your business, how to work on a creative brief from raw idea to finished product and even how key business strategies from the film industries could be implemented in your company. This workshop will be led by Dr Gianluca Sergi, Associate Professor of Film Studies at The University of Nottingham, and Paul Kirkham, a researcher and writer in the field of entrepreneurial creativity with Nottingham University Business School.

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Spreadable Marketing breakfast event

Professor Paul Grainge and Dr Cathy Johnson will explain how you can capture attention and create new, powerful advocates for your business by creating ‘spreadable’ content that consumers, clients and suppliers want to view and share with others. This ‘Spreadable Marketing’ breakfast event will draw on research into screen promotion undertaken at The University of Nottingham’s Department of Culture, Film and Media.

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