Innovation: whose job is it, why does it matter and how can we encourage it?

Find out at our next On Your Marks event.


Innovation doesn't have to be about inventing something. It doesn't have to be technical or scientific or even especially creative. Innovation is simply about doing something new, doing something smarter or doing something differently.

It's likely we all innovate frequently without even realising, yet we have all heard the calls to be more innovative. So, why and how?

The next in our series of networking events takes place on Friday 12 June in LUBS.  The event will look at what innovation means, not just to the education sector but to businesses, entrepreneurs, and national policymakers. 

  • our strategic partner Marks & Spencer about the role of innovation in a global business
  • Innovate UK about national support for innovation in business
  • Entrepreneurs
  • the University’s Director of Innovation and Enterprise Partnerships, Dr Ceri Williams, on our proposed Enterprise and Innovation Centre and our role in nurturing innovation in the city, the region and beyond. 
Find out more on the On Your Marks webpage.

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