Many Norfolk Network members found they could relate to David’s non-linear career path. He told of a meandering journey, beginning at age 13 with a new computer, and including The Gap, Apple, tech start-ups and launching his current business Aitrak.
Businesses across East Anglia are turning to interns and placement students from the University of East Anglia (UEA) to help innovate, digitalise and future-proof their organisations.
To accelerate professional and business success everyone needs new business contacts and to build an influential network. Learning how to do this, in a way that gets you the results you want, isn’t always easy. This class focuses on passing on that...
In 2018 we celebrated being 15 years young with a diverse programme of outstanding speakers. Here are some of the highlights.
Developing Experts’ CEO Sarah Mintey joined Norfolk Network to tell us how she went from classroom teacher to educational disrupter.
A serial innovator, Dr Clive Edmonds has been on the front line in many interesting innovations that have changed markets. I was gripped by his enthusiasm and passion for all things innovative.
UEA is looking for people with entrepreneurial skills in the heritage, technology or business sector who would be interested in mentoring groups of PhD researchers working on innovation projects from January to April 2019.
Daniel Harvey takes us through his experience of launching a start-up technology business: thepensioncounter.com
Norfolk Network’s Autumn event programme kicked off with Glyn Cotton, CEO and Co-Founder of Watr. Just 18 months ago, Glyn was sitting in the audience listening to a talk about the Internet of Things and connected devices. “