Tuesday 22 October 2019, 8:30am to 12:00pm
VenueBrockholes (Reeding Room), Preston, PR5 0AG
Open toExternal Organisations
RegistrationFree to attend - registration required
The team behind Lancaster University's new Health Innovation Campus invite you to re-imagine health and wellbeing solutions of the future. Explore how you get innovative ideas off the ground and how you bring your team along with you.
This event is designed to help small business, charities, health providers, and social enterprise to explore new opportunities. You will learn how a local charity has developed a business model fit for the future. You will hear how business leaders have accessed new markets and developed products and services that enable people to stay in work or at home for longer. And you will find out what resources are available locally to help your organisation to go from strength to strength.
In addition, hear keynote talk by Lee Omar, CEO of Red Ninja Studios, a design-led technology company making products that improve people’s lives. Not afraid to crash through silos – Red Ninja are bold, brave, and take risks. Their work uses design and collaboration to make the products that people love.
Panel speakers include:
- Suzanne Carr, CEO, Age Concern Central Lancashire
- Steve Adams, Commercial Program Manager, Innovation Agency
- Mel Joseph, Founder, Mente Health
- Sally Leech, Founder, Menopause Club
- Cameron Booth, Digital Analyst, Redmoor Health
During refreshment breaks take the time to network and find out about Lancaster University's new Health Innovation Leadership Programme.