Are struggling with what is the next step in your life or business? Do you want a change and not sure how to go about it? Come along to the free session where we will help you to take the first step.
“Local business network group launch Women of Light Network in Birmingham Disco Lounge, Unit 9, Parkgate Shopping Centre Stratford Road B90 3 GG March 1, 2017 at 10:30 am to 12:30 afternoon.
Women of light network is a networking initiative for all women in business. It’s flexible networking with a less formal approach, so whether you have fifteen minutes to pop in, or you stay for two hours, we hope that you will find it a well earned break to share ideas and most importantly gain motivation from other entrepreneurial women.
There will be discussions to get feedback and hear of any struggles you are facing and how the group can help you to move forward. There are no speakers, you don’t need to pay to attend– just buy your beverage and mingle. Should any women interested in starting her own business or those already in employment or home working require more information contact Marlene Morris on email@example.com
We had a good response to Photonics and will be running a few information morning.
Are you currently developing a product?
Come along and find out from our guest Aston University IPSS Project Manager about the:
The IPSS programme, part funded by the European Regional Development Fund (ERDF), supports businesses through the early stages of developing a new product or process. Three West Midlands universities have formed a partnership to deliver the business support these are: the University of Wolverhampton, Aston University and Birmingham City University.
Aston University’s is the branch of science called Photonics. Photonics is about the properties and transmission of photons (light) and its cutting edge use is employed within a variety of ways e.g. as sensors, in numerous technical fields such as: telecommunications e.g. the internet, consumer electronics e.g. DVDs and TV remote controls, defense and security e.g. data storage and security, healthcare e.g. eye surgery, entertainment e.g. lasers and holography shows, and manufacturing e.g. laser cutting and machining.
The programme is specifically designed to support businesses developing:
- Environmental technologies
- Low carbon engineering and products
- Digital technologies
- Transport technologies
- Medical technologies