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Inspiring Innovation for Black Country SMEs 2017

Black Country Growth Hub presents : Inspiring Innovation for Black Country SMEs 2017

Friday 17 March 2017
9:30 am - 2:00 pm
Molineux Stadium

Innovation is key to helping us through the challenging times and strengthen our economy. We’re seeing more and more businesses create innovative ideas to bring about change and improve the way we live and do business. What does innovation mean for your business?

You are invited to the first Black Country Growth Hub Inspiring Innovation 2017 event.

If you’re a business based in the Black Country and are looking for any of the following, this is for you!

Expertise and support to grow your business

• Do you have a new product/service but don’t know how to get this to market?

Funding for your new product/service

• Do you have an innovative idea, but need access to funding to help realise your dream?

Advice on developing your new idea and routes to market

• Do you have a new idea but don’t know where to start?

Featuring special guest, Paralympic double gold medallist Danielle Brown MBE. You will also hear from keynote speaker Paul Sloane, an expert in innovation who will be sharing practical techniques to improve innovation and hear how Laura Gabbidon, Head of Marketing at Wolverhampton Wanderers FC has used innovation to maximise ticket sales.

This is a great opportunity to:

  • Learn how to become more innovative and discover how innovation can help your business
  • Network with other local businesses
  • Access support and expertise

For more information please email or call 01902 321272 or book onto this event via the link below:

>>Register here<<

The Black Country Growth Hub is the place to contact for guidance and support if your business is looking to grow. The Hub can listen to your plans and help you develop them further, then put in touch with appropriate business support. Call 01902 321 272 or email to book an appointment with a business navigator, follow us on LinkedIn, Twitter or Facebook for updates on grants, events and other support, and visit for further details.

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