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We provide a series of networking events and workshops aimed at inspiring and informing industry/academia partnerships

Upcoming events:

Thank you to everyone who attended our recent event 'Making Innovation Everyone's Business' with MOK (Founder, The Innovation Beehive).

We are currently developing our upcoming programme of events and will add further details shortly.

The MD Club is proud to be sponsoring the following upcoming events:


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  • Making Innovation Everyone’s Business Posted on Thursday 21st December, 2017

    Date: Thursday 15th February 2018 Time: 5.45-8.30pm Location: The Hide, Scotland Street, Sheffield, S3 7AA This event has now passed – but take a look at some of the highlights here!   MOK founded The Innovation Beehive in 2008 “to release the creative potential of people at work.” He has visited and worked with some of …

  • The Power of Play, Monday 30th October Posted on Monday 2nd October, 2017

    As part of the international Business & Innovation Network (BIN), the MD Club are running a networking event based on the theme of gaming and digital on Monday 30th October at Sheffield Institute of Arts. BIN@ is an international network created in 2010 by three Santander University Network members (University of Sheffield, University of Porto …

  • ISCF Clean Energy Sandpit Posted on Wednesday 19th July, 2017

    Date: 28th June 2017 Location: Gripple Riverside In order to maximise opportunities presented by the Industrial Strategy Challenge Fund, the MD Club are hosting a series of interactive, facilitated workshops (sandpits) working alongside regional businesses and academics on the challenge areas, and funding calls, in which the Sheffield City Region is best positioned to respond. …

  • The Future of Manufacturing Posted on Thursday 6th April, 2017

    Date: 6th April 2017 Location: The AMRC Factory 2050 View a snapshot of the event With integrated ‘cyber-physical systems’ providing more connectivity and therefore more data, the next generation of manufacturing technologies (known as the 4th industrial revolution) are being adopted globally. With companies like Siemens leading the way, what does this change mean for …

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