TTIP Launches a Programme of Online Innovation Events
5th June 2020
Whilst the Covid-19 crisis has affected many businesses around the world, the TTIP team has been busy using the lockdown to reinvent it's range of workshops, strategic events and consultancy projects into effective online versions. Our first online event, tackling the challenges that businesses face in unlocking their ability to grow through innovation, proved to be hugely popular with our client base.
Hosted by TTIP's Andy Wynn, Jim Hick and Paul Maguire, our event brought together an international mix of business leaders, representing 12 nationalities and 14 different industry sectors. Our aim was to begin to develop a fresh new approach to helping businesses grow by unlocking their potential for innovation, and at this special Asia focused event, we made a great start.
We kept the event to a maximum of 30 people in order to keep it highly interactive. The longest presentation was Andy's opening speech, which you can see in its ten minute entirety on YouTube at https://youtu.be/4s5lHFn_yi8
We were privileged to be joined by senior executives from many industry leading companies, including J.P. Morgan, Johnson Matthey, 3M, DPS Group, Imerys, TDK, and many more. It was a diverse East meets West team and represented a broad spectrum of functional roles. We had technology leads, HR Directors, General Managers and many more, each bringing their own unique perspective on the importance and challenge of innovation as a growth driver for business, all of whom contributed strongly to delivering a practical set of outputs for participants to take back to their workplaces.
This is what our participants said after the event;
- "A valuable use of my time"
"A strong training ground for business leaders"
"A fresh idea and platform that opened my eyes"
"An impressive list of participants and a great opportunity to meet people"
Our next event is on 15th July 2020. Contact us at email@example.com if you would like to join one of our future online innovation events.
Dr Andy Wynn