Cass InnovateLeading Innovation and Entrepreneurship

Innovation is key to companies competing in today's economic climate. Cass Innovate has been designed for individuals who wish to develop the skills to turn ideas into action. Whether you work for a big company or for yourself, whether you're an engineer, artist, IT specialist or a designer, it really doesn't matter. What matters is that you are interested in the possibilities that enabling a creative climate can create for you or your company and that you're interested in finding out more about what it means to be an entrepreneur.

At Cass Innovate , you will have the chance to hear from, learn from and interact with entrepreneurs and innovators at every stage of their journeys – from fledgling start-ups to fully fledged global giants.The conference will showcase the work of staff, students and alumni from the Masters in Innovation Creativity and Leadership and MSc in Entrepreneurship , as well as friends and colleagues from a broad range of innovative organisations.

Attend Cass Innovate and learn how to hone your entrepreneurial skills and creative capabilities!

The event costs £29.99 per person.

Why should I attend this event?

By bringing together academics, trainers and practitioners Cass Innovate will explore crosscutting themes in creativity, innovation, entrepreneurship and leadership, as well as design and digital.

This year’s conference will expose delegates to cutting-edge creativity research, best innovation practices, and successful entrepreneurship stories.

Attend the conference if you want to learn about new digital tools to support creative work, new agile creative processes, and how to deliver innovations in entrepreneurial projects.

What is the format?

Cass Innovate comprises a variety of workshops, talks and panel discussions about entrepreneurship, innovation and leadership. The day's programme includes:

Presentations from guest speakers and thought leaders

Collaborative workshops to engage in new experiences

Research presentations from leading academics

Panels and showcases to explore and discuss relevant topics

A student startup marketplace

Opportunities to network.

More information about all sessions (including speakers and panelists) here .

When is the event?

Date: 4 th May 2017

Time: 12.00 to 21.00

Where: Cass Business School, 106 Bunhill Row, London, EC1Y 8TZ

Who is speaking at the event?

Our speaker line-up includes:

Sarah Wood, OBE: Co-founder & CEO of Unruly

David Gauntlett:Professor of Creativity and Design at University of Westminster, UK

Gary Stewart: Director of Wayra UK and Telefonica Open Future_ (UK)

Jeff Lynn: Co-founder & CEO of Seedrs

Annie Krukowska:Programme Director of BBC Worldwide Labs

Jenny Tooth: Chief Executive of UK Business Angels Association

Neil Maiden:Professor of Digital Creativity at Cass Business School

Andre Spicer: Professor of Organisational Behaviour at Cass Business School

Inés Alonso: Interdisciplinary researcher

Illugi Eysteinsson:Senior Experience Designer at Sapient

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