In-Cumbria research and development seminar
Published at 10:12, Friday, 23 November 2012
How research and development can drive your business forward in any economic climate
Is your business growing despite the tough economic conditions? Are you investing enough into research and development to make sure your business is moving forward? Did you know it might not be as expensive as you think to invest in new products?In-Cumbria business magazine, part of CN Group, publishers of the North-West Evening Mail, would like to invite you to a special seminar on Research and Development at Abbey House Hotel, Barrow on Friday, December 7, 8am-11am.
We have lined up some top business people from south Cumbria.
LED lighting guru Peter Barton, managing director of Forge Europa, previously been named as the Institute of Directors' Cumbria Director of the Year and North West Director of The Year, and runner-up in the loD's prestigious UK Director of the YearAward 2012; Mike Arrnstead, 2012 CN Group Businessperson of Year as managing director of Wax Lyrical which also won the 2012 CN Group Business of the Year (medium), and Mark Wilding, managing director of LumiBio, who is about to take a product to market which we could soon be seeing on the UK's hospital wards. Find out how they have achieved success.
We‘ve also lined up expert financial and legal advice from Armstrong Watson and Bumetts Solicitors respectively on how to fund your research and development and how to protect your innovation.
The seminar is FREE. But registration is required as places are limited. Please contact Karen Whittle, 01229-840104, or email using the form below by noon on Friday November 30 to register for the event.
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