Ingenuity Breakfast Event
Images play a huge role in business communication, from their use in packaging and brand identity, to websites and marketing campaigns. In reality, most aspects of business communication involve pictures in some form, whether photographs, infographics or illustrations. 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.
More information to follow soon…
Dr Mark Rawlinson
Associate Professor, Faculty of Arts
Mark is Associate Professor in History of Art . He has held positions of Head of Department and Graduate School Associate Dean. Mark regularly collaborates with artists, photographers and film-makers and has curated an exhibition of American photography, Now it’s Dark, featuring the work of Brouws, Will Steacy, Todd Hido, Rene Burri, William Klein and Jack Delano.
07:45 – 08:10 Registration, breakfast and networking
08:10 – 08:15 Welcome and introductions
08:15 – 09:00 Keynote
09:00 – 09:10 Q&A
09:10 – 09:30 The Shop Window
09:30… Networking – for those that want to stay on
This event is part-funded by the European Regional Development Fund 2014-2020 and is part of the Enabling Innovation Programme. This event is classed as State Aid to participating businesses, the value of which is £100, but is delivered completely free of charge to participants.
The ‘Shop Window’
The Shop Window is your chance to take the floor to make a brief presentation to the room about something you are looking for help with.
From the University? If you have a business-facing project or want to work with local small and medium-sized businesses as part of your research, this is your opportunity to make contact with business owners. Our network members are already interested in what happens at the University and may be interested in participating with your initiative.
From a business? Sorry, but the Shop Window isn’t the time for a “60 second pitch”. Feedback from our network members tells us that our businesses want something different from Ingenuity. But it is your opportunity to do some research of your own: request volunteers for new product or service trials, ask if anyone has any recommendations for difficult-to-find suppliers, or simply share some news that the audience might not find out about otherwise.
If you would like to participate in the Shop Window just drop us a line.
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