To kick start 2010, on 21st January Profitnet will host an evening of Celebration, Innovation and Collaboration.
Profitnet is an innovative business development and support programme that enables small and medium-sized enterprises to help themselves and their peers. Developed by the University of Brighton, it has been successful for over 600 businesses in the UK, Ireland and South Africa - and it’s expanding.
With an exclusive keynote address from global entrepreneur Marc Koska, inventor of the K1 one use syringe, guests can hear his captivating story of his 20 year battle to bring one use syringes to third world countries. His honest and emotive account of the highs and lows of starting and running an international organisation has inspired people all over the world and his journey brings greater understanding to the meaning of true innovation.
The evening will offer the opportunity to gain inspiration, hear some of the real life stories and successes of continuous innovation, which will be celebrated by some special awards There will also be the chance to network with a diverse range of individual and organisations over a glass of bubbly. The event will be opened by Professor Julian Crampton, Vice-Chancellor of the University of Brighton and hosted by Lisa Holloway, Chair of Creative Brighton.
For further information about Profitnet visit: http://http://www.profitnet.co.uk/.
Venue: Checkland Building, University of Brighton|
Telephone: 01273 876737
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