Author Archives: Lauren Fothergill

An entrepreneurial breakfast session

Dr Hannah Noke and Paul Kirkham took to the stage in our latest breakfast event, to give us some ideas on ‘Building A More Entrepreneurial Firm’. They both described an entrepreneurial organisation being able to innovate from within, not just as a reaction to external factors. But how can SMEs manage...

Creating cultures for better business

In our penultimate Ingenuity breakfast session before the summer break, we welcomed Prof Sally Hibbert, from the Nottingham Business School, and Andy Corley, Managing Director of Quadralene to discuss ‘creating cultures for better business’. In the first half of the presentation, Sally’s talk focussed on defining impacts and priorities for...

Attractiveness is in the eye of the beholder

Dr Zsofia Toth, from Nottingham University Business School, debuted her first Ingenuity workshop this week, delivering a thought provoking session on Business Attractiveness. In this half-day workshop we looked at different recipes for attractiveness and how to build wider networks to increase the success of our companies. Recipes for Attractiveness...

A Story to be told

Local Businesses learn how to tell their ‘Stories for the Future’ with Dr Esther Eidinow and Prof Katharina Lorenz Dr Esther Eidinow and Prof Katharina Lorenz from The University of Nottingham’s Department of Classics took to the stage this month for their story-telling workshop, where they used their knowledge of...

Innovate and grow with ‘Energy for Business’

‘Energy for Business‘ is a programme offering SMEs the opportunity to access funded support for energy projects, and is delivered by the Energy Innovation and Collaboration team here at the University of Nottingham. The University is a leading international centre for energy research, with a reputation for excellence across a...