Horizons & Futures Series – “Innovation, Intervention and Inspiration”

Tuesday 8 September 2009 6:30pm

Ed Cooper, Hub director for Thames Valley Enterprise Hub will talk about the plans for a Thames Valley Innovation and Growth Team, funded by the South-East Economic Development Agency. This team will support innovation and the growth of businesses in the Thames Valley area. Ed has expertise in business planning, project management, environmental technologies and construction, as well as mechanical engineering, funding and grant applications. This event is free. Refreshments and an evening buffet will be provided at 8pm.

Venue: Science Oxford, 1-5 London Place, St Clements, Oxford, OX4 1BD

Booking is essential for all events. Please complete the booking form. For more details: E-mail: Joanne.Scali@Oxfordshire.gov.uk Telephone: 01865 815866

The Oxfordshire Economic Partnership’s vision is to guide strategic change to develop Oxfordshire’s capacity for innovation, business and personal development, research and education, and the effective management of local environmental assets. These Innovation seminars are aimed at a mixed audience of business leaders and members of the public across Oxfordshire and will provide a valuable opportunity for companies and individuals to network and share best practice.

Published by David Doughty

Serial entrepreneur, Software sales and marketing specialist, Chartered Director, Chief Executive, Chair, Non-executive roles in private and public sector, Business consultant and mentor.

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