Date: 28 September
Time: 10:30 am – 2:00 pm
Location: The OpTIC Technology Centre, Ffordd William Morgan,
St Asaph Business Park, St Asaph LL17 0JD
For those who can’t make the Swansea event, we’ve organised a satellite event in St Asaph
We look forward to welcoming you
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Arrive at 10:30am for registration and some much-needed coffee!
|11 am – 12 pm
|Workshop 1: How can we enhance the output of innovation in our company or
Alan Mumby, Innovation Management Lecturer, UWTSD
When asked the question “how important is innovation to the company,” most business leaders would answer immediately, “very!”
The business world recognises that innovation and how we manage it are essential across the entire company. Irrespective of profession or role, we can all play a meaningful part in its delivery. In this session, we’ll cover the incredible impact that innovation management can have on a business and how ideas can be transformed into something of value not only to the company but also to its customers.
Alan will be focusing on the necessities that are likely to make this happen. This will be supported by contributions from recent graduates of the International Innovation Management MSc course.
|12 pm – 1 pm
|Lunch & Networking
Please let us know if you have any dietary requirements, when you register.
|1:00 pm – 2:00 pm
|Workshop 2: How can digitalisation supercharge your productivity enhancement journey?
Richard Morgan, Head of Innovation & Engagement, UWTSD
Discover the power of digitalisation in this interactive workshop. Designed for leaders in Wales’ manufacturing and production sectors, we’ll delve into breakthrough technologies like AI, Machine Learning, Automation, Digital Dashboards, and Digital Twins.
Learn how these game-changing technologies can boost productivity, streamline operations, and create new growth opportunities for your business.
Learn from our team of experts, explore real-world case studies, and unlock the potential of digital transformation to enhance your competitive edge in an increasingly digital world.
MADE Cymru is funded by the European Social Fund via Welsh Government.
Delivered by University of Wales Trinity Saint David.