Throughout June, OxLEP Business has been highlighting the critical role it can play in supporting Oxfordshire companies and individuals to embrace innovation.

Hot on the heels of OxLEP Business’ Innovation Support for Business (ISfB) programme, our current business support offer continues to recognise the importance for organisations to find ways of being innovative, whether they are just starting out, growing or searching for new markets.

Innovation is at the heartbeat of this progress and mastering the innovation process is essential for a business and its growth ambitions, whichever sector your company belongs to.

Next week (28 June), OxLEP Business will be hosting a special two-hour webinar – ‘The Innovation Process’, which aims to ‘unpack’ what innovation is.

Hosted by expert, Phil Curtis – who has a 30-year track record of advising, building and managing innovative, technology-led businesses from entrepreneurial start-ups to multi-national groups – this session will help to guide your business through the innovation process.

From idea generation to implementation, the workshop will introduce companies to the necessary tools and strategies needed to harness creative potential and turn ideas into impactful solutions.

At the conclusion of this workshop, delegates will possess further knowledge and skills to navigate the innovation process with newly-found confidence.

It is also a real opportunity for you to join a community of like-minded entrepreneurs and innovators. You will therefore enhance your network of key people who can aid you on your innovative journey.

For those companies new to OxLEP Business, it could also be your first step into discovering a host of other key areas of support that, as well as innovation, brings you learning opportunities in B2B activity, financial planning and leadership to name but a few.

Sign-up to next Wednesday’s workshop – ‘The Innovation Process’ – and start your business journey with OxLEP Business’ critical support.

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