This will be the first time two existing networks West Coast (Cockermouth, Whitehaven, Workington & other areas) and Penrith & Keswick will come together and do business.....in a relaxed and friendly evening of pure networking. Rather than have sales representatives and pushy presentations it will focus on looking to make connections, alliances and the possiblity to collaborate on business projects.
Wired Cumbria is a purely facilitated networking event, aimed at providing individual delegates with a bespoke number of introductions to businesses matched against their needs.
This is a free event and there will be a free bar and refreshments.
For more information please contact: firstname.lastname@example.org Les@wiredcumbria.co.uk email@example.com or Theresa@wiredcumbria.co.uk
The Wired Cumbria events are part of the Cumbria Rural Growth Network / Cumbria Business Growth Hub activities aimed at supporting the Digital, Creative and ICT sector in Cumbria.
To find out more about how you can benefit from Cumbria Business Growth Hub, call 0844 257 84 50, email firstname.lastname@example.org or visit www.cumbriagrowthhub.co.uk.
When & Where
Wired Cumbria is a consortium of freelancers who have worked on various projects aimed at supporting the development of a digital and creative sector in Cumbria.
Recently, the Wired Cumbria team delivered a commissioned project for Cumbria Business Growth Hub in developing the Cumbria Digital & Creative Rural Growth Network. The Cumbria RGN pilot is a Cumbria LEP project, managed by Cumbria County Council & Cumbria Chamber of Commerce. The project is primarily funded through ERDF and DEFRA
The Wired Cumbria is working in partnership with Cumbria Clique, and other agencies and local district councils to enhance the profile of the Cumbrian digital and creative sector to other parts of the North of England. The Wired Cumbria team is looking at supporting projects / themes linking the digital and creative sector to the Northern Powerhouse; Flexible Working spaces; Supporting cross sector collaborations