Turning Attention into Action

Ingenuity Breakfast Event – 19 November 2019   More information on the theme to follow…   Our speakers Dr Lucy Bradnock Dr Lucy Bradnock is Assistant Professor of Modern and Contemporary Art History. Her research focuses on the politics of participation, attention, and agency in visual art and experimental theatre.    The programme...

The Culture of Growth

Ingenuity Breakfast Event – 24 September 2019   As small business owners, many of us have an ambition – and perhaps even a plan – to grow our companies. We work incredibly hard to secure the best clients, the best suppliers and the best talent to make that growth possible....

Occupational health and safety event

Hosted by the British Standards Institute and Nottingham University Business School – 11 September 2019   BSI has partnered with the Nottingham University Business School to co-host a public event on occupational health and safety. At the event you will: Hear from leading experts on managing occupational health and safety, with...

Digital Transformation

Ingenuity Breakfast Event – 23 July 2019   In today’s digital age, organisations are having to adapt and embrace new technology faster than ever before. Join us at this Ingenuity breakfast to hear from two speakers working at the forefront of digital transformation to gain insights into the potential benefits...

From Test Tube to YouTube

As members of the Ingenuity network will know, one of our key aims is to make University of Nottingham expertise accessible to the local business community. Our latest breakfast event welcomed Dr Sam Tang, Outreach Technician, Faculty of Science at the University Of Nottingham and Alex Wilkinson of Alex Wilkinson Media....

First Voice Article – Building Trust in Your Business

Those who regularly attend our Ingenuity Network events will no doubt already be familiar with Professor Jonathan Tallant’s work around trust. In this article for First Voice, published by the Federation of Small Businesses, Jonathan shares his thoughts on what SMEs can do to build trust in their businesses. Read...

3D Printing – Tool or Toy?

As members of the Ingenuity network will know, one of our key aims is to make University of Nottingham research accessible to the local business community. Our latest breakfast event welcomed Dr Martin Baumers, Assistant Professor in Additive Manufacturing Management at Nottingham’s Centre for Additive Manufacturing. Martin kick started the morning...

Funding for Innovation

Supporting businesses to innovate is a major priority for the UK government; it’s what drives productivity and economic growth and creates a more prosperous environment for us all to live and work in. There’s a wealth of knowledge and expertise hidden away in universities that can help businesses to innovate...

You Don’t Have to Fake it to Make it!

As members of the Ingenuity network will know, one of our key aims is to make University of Nottingham research accessible to the local business community. Our latest breakfast event welcomed Debbie Clarke of Debbiedooodah and Dr Isobel O’Neil, Assistant Professor in Entrepreneurship & Innovation to share their thoughts and research...

How do you get your creative idea recognised?

As members of the Ingenuity network will know, one of our key aims is to make University of Nottingham research accessible to the local business community. Our latest breakfast event welcomed Rachael Lamb, Associate Professor in Entrepreneurship & Innovation to share her research on how creative ideas are recognised and gain...