Innovation Academy: Planning your entrepreneurial journey
Oct
23
9:30 AM09:30

Innovation Academy: Planning your entrepreneurial journey

Innovation Academy: Planning your entrepreneurial journey is designed as an introduction to the central concepts you should consider and understand when you start your journey towards forming a business.

Starting a business sounds like an intimidating prospect. Without an understanding of the techniques involved and the support available, your great idea might never get off the ground.

This module is a comprehensive introduction to the central concepts you should consider and understand when you start out on your journey towards forming a business. This half-day event is specifically targeted at Imperial staff and students who are considering forming a business around their research.

Through a mix of case studies, stories from experienced entrepreneurs and teaching and theory, you will gain new understanding of the key ideas behind starting and growing a technology business.

The module is followed by a networking lunch from 1.00pm – 2.00pm.

Topics covered

  • Aims and motive of an academic entrepreneur

  • Aims and motives of an academic entreprneur

  • How business differs from academia and what you should consider

  • How do businesses start – a flash of inspiration or identifying a need?

  • Understanding what makes a business and how to tell if your idea has what it takes

  • Team dynamics – making your team the best it can be

  • Building and testing your value proposition (and talking to customers about it)

  • When to form a business out of your university – timing things well

  • How the Venture Support Unit can help you

Cost of participation

This module is dedicated to members of Imperial College London community: academics, staff, students and alumni and participation is free of charge. Please register using an Imperial email address. If you do not, we will contact you and may move you to the waiting list. Please register early. We will contact all registrants nearer to the date to confirm attendance.

Presenters

The module will be delivered by a presenter and a guest speaker with significant experience in forming and supporting early-stage businesses.

Registration

Please click here to register for the event

If you wish to sign up for general updates on the Innovation Academy and other upcoming events, you can do so here: https://www.imperialinnovations.co.uk/staff/training-and-events/innovation-academy/

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Innovation Academy: Forming and running a company at Imperial
Oct
23
2:00 PM14:00

Innovation Academy: Forming and running a company at Imperial

Innovation Academy: Forming and running a company at Imperial College London is designed to support entrepreneurs at Imperial who feel that starting a company is the best way forward for their idea.

This module is designed to support entrepreneurs at Imperial who feel that starting a company is the best way forward for their idea. It offers a wide range of information about the process of starting a business at Imperial College London and explains the main steps of business formation and management.

The module is preceded by a networking lunch from 1.00pm – 2.00pm.

Why attend?

  • Learn about why and when a spinout is appropriate;

  • Meet potential mentors and business partners;

  • Network with like-minded Imperial peers;

  • Hear best practices, examples and case studies;

  • Benefit from expert advice on what is required to form a spinout, the main stages of a company formation process and exit strategies.

Topics covered

  • Starting a spinout company

  • What is required to form a spinout

  • Essential procedures and things to consider before company formation

  • Company formation process

  • The first months and year of operations

  • Exiting the business

Cost of participation

This module is dedicated to members of Imperial College London community: academics, staff, students and alumni and participation is free of charge. Please register using an Imperial email address. If you do not, we will contact you and may move you to the waiting list. Please register early. We will contact all registrants nearer to the date to confirm attendance.

Presenters

The course will be delivered by a range of Imperial Innovations staff, entrepreneurs and experts on starting and running high-tech technology businesses.

Registration

Click here to register

If you wish to sign up for general updates on the Innovation Academy and other upcoming events, you can do so here: https://www.imperialinnovations.co.uk/staff/training-and-events/innovation-academy/

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Upcoming regulatory challenges facing medical devices and pharma: what SMEs need to know
Nov
6
12:00 PM12:00

Upcoming regulatory challenges facing medical devices and pharma: what SMEs need to know

Imperial College White City Incubator is pleased to invite you to the workshop Upcoming regulatory challenges facing medical devices and pharma: what SMEs need to know

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The Medical Device Regulation (MDR) and In-Vitro Diagnostic Regulation (IVDR) are new EU rules which will become enforceable in May 2020 and May 2022 respectively. The 2014 Clinical Trials Regulation (CTR) is now expected to be implemented around the same time as the MDR, in May 2020.

The MDR and IVDR are intended to further improve patient safety with respect to medical devices and in-vitro diagnostic products within the European Union.  The CTR aims to harmonise and streamline the regulatory process for managing clinical trials within the EU. 

This workshop for SMEs will provide guidance on the nature and scope of the new regulations and how your business can comply.

MDR and IVDR apply to all medical device, pharmaceutical and in-vitro diagnostic product businesses that sell products within the European Union.  The CTR and the associated changes to GMP legislation will eventually apply to all clinical trials conducted within the EU but the implementation has been hampered by delays in the construction of the EMA’s communications portal.  The impact of Brexit on both medical devices and medicinal products moving between the EU 27 and the UK is also still uncertain.

Who should attend the workshop?

It is important for start-ups to understand the new regulations as it will enable them to put in policies and procedures now, which will make them compliant and remain as the companies grow.

This workshop will be of interest to people working for companies who are developing medical devices, IVDs or medicinal products for supply to the EU or the UK.

Topics covered

What is contained within the new medical device and IVD regulations and why they are necessary
What will be different once the Clinical Trial Regulation is implemented and how Brexit is expected to impact the conduct of trials in both the EU and UK.

Cost of participation

This module is dedicated to small and medium-sized enterprises and participation is free of charge.

Presenters

The presenters are regulatory experts from NSF Health Sciences, part of NSF International, a not-for-profit organization dedicated to improving human health:

Howard Broadbridge, BSc, DMS
Practice Manager – NSF Health Sciences

Howard has over 30 years’ experience of working in the medical device industry in various commercial roles across multiple sectors, with companies such as Johnson & Johnson, Welch Allyn and Optos. He has initiated and led several high-profile new product launches in the fields of medical consumables, ophthalmology and surgical instruments. Since joining NSF, Howard has been active in helping companies to understand the MDR and IVDR, how they can prepare for the changes and achieve a smooth transition.


Dr Peter Gough, Hon. DSc, MSc, CSci, CChem, FRSC, FCQI, CQP
Executive Director, Pharma-Biotech, NSF Health Sciences

Peter has over 40 years’ experience of pharmaceutical manufacture, control and quality management.  In 2016 he was awarded an honorary Doctor of Science degree by Kingston University, London, for services to pharmaceutical quality management.

He held numerous positions at Eli Lilly over a 30-year career, culminating in the role of Senior Quality Consultant in Eli Lilly’s Global Quality Systems division before he joined NSF in 2005.  He is an expert in pharmaceutical law as it applies to the manufacture of medicinal products and has extensive experience of defining quality systems at a global level. He is a former member of the European Federation of Pharmaceutical Industry Association’s (EFPIA) Manufacturing and GMP ad hoc group and was EFPIA topic leader on the ICH Expert Working Group which prepared the Q9 guideline on Quality Risk Management

Peter has an extensive knowledge of the role of the Qualified Person (QP), having been eligible to act as a QP since 1985 and a past chairman of the Royal Society of Chemistry’s Qualified Person Assessor panel. He is a Fellow of the Royal Society of Chemistry and of the UK Chartered Quality Institute (CQI) and a former chairman of the CQI’s Pharmaceutical Quality Group.

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Business opportunities in Denmark
Nov
12
12:00 PM12:00

Business opportunities in Denmark

Lunch & Learn

Are you interested in learning more about R&D and business opportunities outside the UK?

Join us for an overview of the opportunities in Denmark and a general introduction to important factors to consider when going abroad from both a general business and legal perspective.

Why attend?

If you are interested in hearing more about life science opportunities outside the UK -whether you are just curious about what Denmark has to offer or are actively looking for a gateway to the EU after Brexit.

If you would like to gain a better understanding of which factors are important to consider from a general legal and business perspective when going abroad - regardless of whether it is in the context of a R&D collaboration across borders or of setting up an office in another country.

Topics covered

  • Factors to consider when going abroad

  • The legal framework and general business conditions in Denmark

  • The life science and start-up environment in Denmark

  • R&D opportunities: overview of main therapeutic areas in Denmark

  • Conducting clinical trials in Denmark

  • Intellectual Property Rights in Denmark and in Europe

Cost of participation

Participation is free of charge. We will be serving refreshments and sandwiches from Ole & Steen.

Presenters

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Thomas Bjørn
Solicitor 
Royds Withy King

Thomas is a technology solicitor with significant international experience from working in-house and in private practice for the pharmaceutical, biotech, healthcare and food manufacturing industries in England, Switzerland and Denmark. His areas of legal expertise include intellectual property, lifesciences and technology law.

Berit Chavez Azeri
Investment Manager
Invest in Denmark - Embassy of Denmark in London

Berit has a broad business profile with public and private sector experience working both with startups and in large international corporations with advisory and strategy consulting, project management, public affairs, business development, marketing and portfolio management, business intelligence and insights, market entry, investment and growth strategies.

In her current role, she helps develop tailor-made solutions for UK companies looking to set up or expand their business or research activities in Denmark.

Her industry experience includes pharmaceuticals and healthcare; e-commerce, tech and start-ups; public relations and communications; as well as the foreign service with focus on foreign investment and trade promotion.

She has a broad international background with professional experience covering 25+ markets across Europe, Middle East, Africa and US and has lived in eight countries.

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Open Sector Competition Workshop
Dec
4
12:00 PM12:00

Open Sector Competition Workshop

12:00 - 13:00 at Imperial White City Incubator

Would your R&D activities benefit from a grant of between £25,000 and £2,000,000?

Is your research truly disruptive with high growth potential?

If the answer is yes to both questions, we would like to invite you to a dedicated workshop to learn about Innovate UK’s Open Funding Competitions, of which there are approximately six rounds annually.

The scheme supports business led projects that aim to develop or demonstrate highly innovative processes, products or services that have the potential to deliver significant business growth. With a budget of approximately £20 million per round, the competition is open to technologies from all sectors and will support projects at different maturity levels - from feasibility studies and proof of concept activity through to advanced prototype development.

During the workshop you will be given the opportunity to understand the key requirements of the competition along with tips and tricks of how an application should be presented to stand the best chance of success. The workshop will be delivered by the Managing Director of a leading Innovation funding consultancy, who has been working with Innovate UK’s funding programmes since 2004. You will also have the opportunity to discuss your project ideas to qualify alignment to the scheme on a 1-2-1 basis, which can be pre-booked.

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Imperial White City Incubator 18 Month Review and MiNA Therapeutics Graduation
Jul
16
5:00 PM17:00

Imperial White City Incubator 18 Month Review and MiNA Therapeutics Graduation

Please join us at the Imperial White City Incubator 18 Month Review and MiNA Therapeutics Graduation event.

Agenda

  • 6.00pm – 7.00pm – Incubator review over the past 18 months, introduction to entrepreneurial programmes, graduation ceremony of MiNA Therapeutics, the launch of ‘Experts in residence’ programme
  • 7.00pm – 8.30pm – Networking with food and drinks

About MiNA Therapeutics:

Harnessing the innate mechanism of gene activation, MiNA Therapeutics’ platform enables the development of new medicines that restore normal function to patients’ cells. They are applying their technology and clinical know-how to transform the therapy landscape of severe liver and other diseases.

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Innovation Academy: Building Effective Teams
Mar
26
2:00 PM14:00

Innovation Academy: Building Effective Teams

Building Effective Teams is designed to provide attendees with an idea and some tools of what it takes to build an effective start-up team. Delegates will have the chance to engage with industry experts on the technical aspects as well as those who have built and managed teams in their own start-ups. 

Monday 26th March 2018, 2.00pm – 5.30pm
Imperial White City Incubator

The module is preceded by a networking lunch from 1.00pm – 2.00pm.

Why attend?

  • Learn about the various legal requirements in hiring the first team members;
  • Get a better understanding of the incentives available to founding team members (equity vs. salary);
  • Listen to examples of how other entrepreneurs have built and managed teams;
  • Understand what may change when the team begins to grow;
  • Learn what it takes to build a strong, innovative culture.
  • Cost of participation

Topics covered

  • Contracts, option agreements, incentive schemes;
  • Initial team hiring and management;
  • Building a culture;
  • Growing a team to scale;
  • Contingency planning and pitfalls.


Presenters

There will be a variety of guest speakers and presentations from various entrepreneurs and innovation ecosystem experts.

Register

This event is intended for and will prioritise members of the Imperial College London community. If you sign up and cannot show you are a member of staff, a student, an alumni or a research at Imperial we will move your registration to the waiting list.

NOTE: By registering for this event on Eventbrite, you will be simply expressing your interest in attending. We will contact you during the week commening 19th March to confirm your place.

NOTE: By registering for this event, you agree to have your e-mail address added to the Imperial Innovations Events newsletter. 

On the same day

On the morning of 26 March 2018 Innovations Academy will also deliver "Introduction to Intellectual Property", to help entrepreneurs understand what Intellectual Property (IP) is and its role in growing a business and how to build an IP portfolio. 

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Introduction to Intellectual Property
Mar
26
9:30 AM09:30

Introduction to Intellectual Property

Introduction to Intellectual Property is designed to help Imperial entrepreneurs understand what Intellectual Property (IP) is, the role of IP in growing a business and how to build an IP portfolio. 

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The module is followed by a networking lunch from 1.00pm – 2.00pm.

Why attend?

  • understand how to identify, evaluate and capture your intellectual property in order to secure intellectual property rights;
  • learn to devise an IP strategy in line with the business model;
  • hear IP best practices, examples and case studies;
  • find out how to build and manage an IP portfolio.


Cost of participation

This module is dedicated to members of Imperial College London community: academics, staff, students and alumni and participation is free of charge.
 

Topics covered

  • IP with real life examples
  • patents and the patenting process
  • how to read and search patent literature
  • the importance of who owns a patent will be discussed and why this is crucial in any due diligence process with potential investors
  • overview of how to plan and build an IP portfolio to support business development and attract investment

Presenters

The course will be delivered by IP experts from Imperial Innovations who have significant experience in helping spinouts identify, register and protect their IP.

Register

This event is intended for and will prioritise members of the Imperial College London community. If you sign up and cannot show you are a member of staff, a student, an alumni or a research at Imperial we will move your registration to the waiting list.

Please note: by registering for this event, you agree to receive e-mail notification from Imperial Innovations on upcoming events.

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Mar
15
11:00 AM11:00

R&D Tax Credits Workshop

The R&D Tax Credits workshop was developed by HMRC to reward innovative companies for investing in R&D. Companies that develop new products, services or valuable enhancements are eligible for either a cash transfer or a reduction of their Corporation Tax. The scheme allows companies to claim back up to 33% of their R&D spending over two completed financial years.

In this workshop workshop you will learn how R&D tax credits can add essential funds to your business, what HMRC is looking for in a successful application, which expenses are eligible and how to maximise your claim. At the same time, you will learn how to manage future R&D tax credit income streams through factoring and how to access funds at a time that when your business can use them best.

Agenda:

11.00am - 12.00pm - R&D tax credits introductory presentation followed by an open Q&A session

12.00pm - 12.30pm - networking lunch

12.30pm - 2.00pm - - pre-booked 1-2-1 sessions with an R&D tax credit specialist. He will analyse and advise on the technology and funding roadmaps for the Imperial companies and each founder will leave with a solid plan of action, tailored to their business, to maximise their access to timely government funding. 

Topics covered:

  • the R&D claims process
  • examples of eligible expenditure
  • common misconceptions about claiming
  • maximising your R&D claim
  • cash flow and managing your funding timeline
  • advance funding
  • potential risks and complexities when claiming

Presenters

The workshop and 1-2-1 sessions will be run by a government funding specialist that has delivered over £70,000,000 in R&D tax credits to their client base. Their team of specialists have developed all of products and services to suit the fast-paced, dynamic scale up clientele. 

This event is dedicated to Imperial companies only and there is a limited number of places available. To register and/or pre-book 1-2-1 sessions, please contact Anca Mandruleanu, Entrepreneurial Programmes Manager, at anca.mandruleanu@imperialinnovations.co.uk

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IP insurance and technology licence models
Feb
22
9:30 AM09:30

IP insurance and technology licence models

Imperial Innovations is organising a workshop on Intellectual Property (IP) insurance and technology licence models dedicated to Imperial innovative start-ups and medium size companies.

Thursday 22 February - 9.30am - 12pm
Imperial White City Incubator

It is believed that up to 80% of business value is now made up of intangible assets yet most businesses do not know how to identify these assets let alone protect and exploit them. The first part of the workshop will provide an overview of how businesses can identify their IP, and a handy ten-point checklist of things businesses can do to ensure they are maximising the value of these key assets.

The presenter, who is a IP expert and owns his IP Insurance brokerage company, will offer practical examples of local and international IP risks currently facing UK SMEs and how these can be mitigated through the use of IP insurance.

The second part of the workshop focuses on IP technology licence models and uses ARM as a main case study. ARM became the largest most valuable technology company in the UK, when in 2016 it was bought by Softbank Group for £24bn. It was known for its industry leading low power microprocessor technology that powered the smartphone revolution but what made it a success was as much to do with the business model as it was the technology. Subsequently many companies have copied the model but their success has been limited.

The presenter, who is the vice president of strategy for the IP Products Group at Arm, will talk about the Arm technology licensing business model and why it succeeded where others failed. He will also talk openly about what types of business and technology can use an IP licensing business model and which ones either shouldn’t or should not expect the same type of value that Arm achieved with the model.

Agenda:

  • 9.30am -10.30 – IP insurance
  • 10.30 – 12.00 – IP technology licence models (ARM case study)

NOTE: The event is dedicated to Imperial linked companies and it is by invitation only. To express an interest in joining the event, contact Anca Mandruleanu, Entrepreneurial Programmes Manager at anca.mandruleanu@imperialinnovations.co.uk

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Open Sector Competition Workshop
Jan
29
10:00 AM10:00

Open Sector Competition Workshop

Date & time: 29 January 2018, 10am - 12pm

Would your R&D activities benefit from a grant of between £25,000 to £1,000,000? 

Is your research truly disruptive with high growth potential? 

If the answer is yes to both questions, we would like to invite you to a dedicated workshop about Innovate UK’s new Open Funding competition which has a closing date of the 28th February 2018. 

The scheme supports business led projects that aim to develop or demonstrate highly innovative processes, products or services that have the potential to deliver significant business growth. With a budget for the current round of £19 million, the competition is open to all sectors and will support projects at different levels of maturity from initial ideas and proof of concept activity through to advanced prototype development.

During the workshop you will be given the opportunity to understand the key requirements of the competition along with tips and tricks of how an application should be presented to stand the best chance of success. The workshop will be delivered by the Managing Director of the UK operation of an international grants consultancy, who has been working with Innovate UK’s funding programmes since 2004. You will also have the opportunity to discuss your project ideas to qualify alignment to the scheme on a 1-2-1 basis  which can be pre-booked.

The event is dedicated to Imperial companies only. If you wish to attend the workshop and book your 1-2-1 session, please contact Anca Mandruleanu, Entrepreneurial Programmes Manager - anca.mandruleanu@imperiaminnovations.co.uk

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Oct
20
1:00 PM13:00

Final Pitch Day: White City Innovators' Programme

The White City Innovators’ Programme run in partnership with Natwest is our flagship pre-accelerator programme. We take on 10 of London’s most exciting tech start-ups and provide them with free space, mentorship and training over four weeks in areas such as fundraising, team building, IP, marketing and pitch practice.

We are pleased to invite you to the programme's Final Pitch Day, where the companies will pitch to a panel of experts from Imperial Innovations, NatWest and Coutts Investments. The best pitch will win £8000 and six months Virtual Membership to the Incubator.

We look forward to seeing you on the 20th!

  • 1300-1330: Registration
  • 1330-1345: Welcome and opening remarks
  • 1345-1445: Pitches 1
  • 1445-1500: Break
  • 1500-1600: Pitches 2
  • 1600-1615: Break
  • 1615-1630: Winner announced
  • 1630-1800: Celebratory drinks and canapés
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Oct
12
12:00 PM12:00

Role & responsibilities of company directors

Penningtons Manches will be presenting an overview of the role and responsibilities of directors and what practical steps directors should be considering to protect themselves when taking on the role.

Date & time: 12 October 2017, 12pm – 2pm

The workshop will be principally aimed at those individuals who are new to the role, but will also act as a refresher for more experienced directors.  The overview will include a summary of directors’ duties as defined by company law legislation and best practice guidelines as recommended by the Institute of Chartered Secretaries and Administrators. The team will be happy to discuss any specific questions over lunch during the session 

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The Penningtons Manches team acts for a number of Innovations’ portfolio companies, including Nexeon, Plaxica, Veryan Medical, Cortexica, Econic Technologies and Inflowmatix. Their work includes the establishment and spin-out process, fundraising work and advising on IP and general commercial matters.  The firm is based in London and the South East, including offices in Reading, Oxford and Cambridge and specialises in the technology sector with particular focus on life sciences, IT and manufacturing & engineering.

To register for the event, please contact Graham Hewson. Lunch will be available to have during the session.

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Introduction to Funding
Jun
29
1:00 PM13:00

Introduction to Funding

Explore some of the many ways to fund your project/company/team with introductions to: Grants, Angels Investment, Corporate Venture Capital, Institutional Venture Capital, Crowdfunding, Accelerators, Loans and Convertible Loans. You will have the opportunity to meet sector experts from each area and gain a deep understanding of how you can access these opportunities.

Date: Thursday 29th June, 2017
Time: 1 pm – 5 pm
Venue: Imperial White City Incubator, (I-HUB) 80 Wood Lane
            White City
            London W12 0BZ


This session is being delivered as part of Imperial Innovations' Innovation Academy

The Academy is designed to enhance knowledge on various disciplines key to starting a company. The courses are all relevant for both pre-company and post incorporation. Individuals can attend all modules of the Academy or dip into specialist areas to gain a deep understanding of the subject.

The Academy focuses on 7 key areas, which are Business Planning, Finance & Funding, Intellectual Property, Legal Aspects of Company Formation, Sales Marketing & Communication, Growing & Exiting Your Company, and Team Building.

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Introduction to Intellectual Property
Jun
22
9:30 AM09:30

Introduction to Intellectual Property

Gain an overview of Intellectual Property (IP) with real life examples you can take away and apply to your own research. A top level understanding of patents and how to read patent documentation. Discover who owns a patent and why this is crucial in any due diligence process with potential investors.

Date: Thursday 22nd June, 2017
Time: 9:30 am – 4:30 pm
Venue: Imperial White City Incubator, (I-HUB) 80 Wood Lane
            White City
            London W12 0BZ

This session is being delivered as part of Imperial Innovations' Innovation Academy

The Academy is designed to enhance knowledge on various disciplines key to starting a company. The courses are all relevant for both pre-company and post incorporation. Individuals can attend all modules of the Academy or dip into specialist areas to gain a deep understanding of the subject.

The Academy focuses on 7 key areas, which are Business Planning, Finance & Funding, Intellectual Property, Legal Aspects of Company Formation, Sales Marketing & Communication, Growing & Exiting Your Company, and Team Building.

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Next Practice: The death of distance? How entrepreneurs leverage innovation ecosystems?
May
31
6:00 PM18:00

Next Practice: The death of distance? How entrepreneurs leverage innovation ecosystems?

The Death of Distance? How entrepreneurs leverage innovation ecosystems

As recently as a decade a go, the ‘Death of Distance’ was a widely coined phrase. The future of innovation was a world where ideas would spark and innovations arising from a globally interconnected world where people could contribute to innovation from wherever they were. An ultra-fast internet connection would suffice for tapping into global communities of scientific, creative and engineering talent. Global connectedness has been valuable for innovation, but the death of distance has not materialised. Location, in addition to connection, is as important as ever for business competitiveness.

Join our May Next Practice event in our White City Incubator to debate the motion that in the new era of innovation, it is the location in and connectedness to ecosystems of science, creative industries and technology that matter most. Global research universities such as Imperial College London have a central role in building the ecosystems of tomorrow, by making discoveries, educating leaders and developing innovations that benefit society. But who else is fundamental in creating vibrant communities?

Host: Professor Erkko Autio, Chair in Technology Transfer and Entrepreneurship, Imperial College London

Panellists:

Caroline Makepeace (COO, public.io)

Eddie Chau (Entrepreneur in Residence, Imperial Enterprise Lab)

Others TBC

This month’s next practice event will take place at Imperial’s newly-launched incubator at White City. To showcase the space, we are arranging a tour of the new facilities starting before the event. This event is open to anyone to attend. Those interested in the White City Incubator tour, pleases arrive at 6.00pm on the evening of the event.

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Celebrating Success – 10 years of the Imperial Incubator - South Kensington
Mar
22
6:30 PM18:30

Celebrating Success – 10 years of the Imperial Incubator - South Kensington

The Imperial Incubator has been a hub for innovation and entrepreneurship at Imperial College for over 10 years . The Incubator has been home to over 150 startups raising over £1bn in financing.  Join Imperial Innovations on the 22nd March at the South Kensington Incubator for an evening of celebrating 10 years of innovation.

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