Date: Wednesday 12th February
Venue: The National Centre of Excellence for Food Engineering, 811 Attercliffe Rd, Sheffield S9 2AA
Are you interested in sustainability and the innovations happening in this area? Hosted at the newly opened Sheffield Hallam University National Centre of Excellence for Food Engineering our upcoming event focuses on what industry can learn from the innovations in food manufacturing to tackle sustainability.
At this event you’ll hear from industry leaders, innovative local organisations and upcoming entrepreneurs, alongside representatives from the two Sheffield universities, to consider how we can work in partnership to further translate this research into other sectors.
If you are interested in attending please contact us for further information: email@example.com
Our programme for 2020 events will be released soon, please check back at the website or follow us on social media to keep up to date.
The University of Sheffield is hosting the Develop 3D Live conference and exhibition on Wednesday 17th April and we would like to invite MD Club members to attend.
The event is free and there will be up to 70 exhibitors including the MD Club, Pitch-In, and MD Club member Performance Engineered Solutions.
There will be a range of speakers, workshops and industry panels throughout the day and the event is being opened by the University of Sheffield’s Vice-President and Head of the Faculty of Engineering Mike Hounslow. The conference themes are Additive Manufacturing, Augmented Reality and Virtual Reality.
More information and registration details are here.
Foresight exercises are a useful tool in policy making, and are used by a number of countries, including Japan, Germany and the UK to inform economic strategies and policies. The Regional Technology Foresight team at the University of Sheffield is organising a workshop to increase awareness of technology foresight, and to explore how it can be used to revive regional manufacturing.
Ahead of the Curve: The Use of Technology Foresight in Regional Industrial Strategy workshop will take place on March 21st, 2-5pm. It will be hosted at Albert Works, the premises of digital marketing and AI agency Jaywing. Continue reading “AHEAD OF THE CURVE: THE USE OF TECHNOLOGY FORESIGHT IN REGIONAL INDUSTRIAL STRATEGY”
Keynote speakers: Ed Hutt – Group Chief Information Officer, SIG; Dave Dalton – Chief Executive, British Glass
Date: Thursday 21st March 2019
Time: 17:30 – 20:00
Venue: Electric Works, Sheffield Digital Campus, S1 2BJ
The Value of Collaboration versus Competition – how do multiple partners work together, sometimes with conflicting priorities, and how do they manage this collaboration effectively to achieve success?
In the current economic landscape, working collaboratively is sometimes essential to develop and move your business on. Tapping into new knowledge and expertise from partners is key to achieve your shared goal but what happens when differing objectives converge? How are these challenges overcome and what lessons can be learnt by you as future collaborators? Continue reading “The Value of Collaboration versus Competition”
Date: Thursday 15th November
Time: 8.00am – 11.00am
Location: Inox Dine
Join us for breakfast on 15th November for an interactive session to help businesses connect with the knowledge and talent on offer at both Universities.
Knowledge Transfer Partnerships (KTPs) have been helping businesses to improve their competitiveness and productivity for over 40 years. You will hear from former KTP partners from both industry and academia and they will take you through their journey and how they reached their business goals and collaborative success.
An interactive breakout session will follow to create links and allow 1:1 discussions. Continue reading “‘Working in partnership with Sheffield Universities – the key to a successful collaborative partnership’”
Date: Tuesday 25th September
Time: 5.30pm – 8.30pm
Location: Roco Creative, 338 Glossop Road, S10 2HW
This joint event between both Universities’ Careers Services will highlight what they can offer in regards to work placements, student projects, internships, graduate jobs and degree apprenticeships as well as discuss how employing graduates can have a positive impact on your business.
The evening will also outline the work the Universities are undertaking in the Sheffield City Region (SCR) such as the RISE Graduate Programme and the innovative new Future Leaders Development Programme which aims to support long term leadership development, talent retention and business growth within the SCR business community.
For more information please get in touch: firstname.lastname@example.org