• Queens College (map)
  • Trull Road
  • Taunton
  • TA1 4QS

For the first time in Taunton’s History, local and regional government, Universities, Medical Science, Environment, Educational and Artificial intelligence sectors will come together with local stake-holders to discuss the transformation of their enterprises centred on growth industries, revenue-generation and cost-savings. Single-Use Plastics is just one example of an area where Multi-Sector Innovation across the piece could help tackle society’s problems and also deliver prosperity to our area.

 Join us for an evening of inspiring talks from experienced leaders in their sectors. Attendees will gain exclusive insights and advice on the direction of travel world-wide, to help them succeed in shaping an exciting and challenging time ahead and create a natural environment for the growth industries to choose our County town as a destination for a prospective Research and Development institution incorporating Environment, Medical science, Renewables, Education and Artificial Intelligence.

Limited spaces are available. Please contact Democratic Services on 01823 219570 or [email protected] to reserve your place.

Doors will open 6.15pm for a start of 6.35pm.

Confirmed Speakers/Panelists

 Prof M Howard, Professor of Supply Management, University of Exeter

Prof M Howard, Professor of Supply Management, University of Exeter

 Prof K Khodabandehloo, BMC, UK, ad University of Southern Queensland

Prof K Khodabandehloo, BMC, UK, ad University of Southern Queensland

  Dr Stuart Monk, The South West Academic  Health Science Network

 Dr Stuart Monk, The South West Academic  Health Science Network

  Natasha Bradshaw, Doctoral Researcher at UWE Bristol

 Natasha Bradshaw, Doctoral Researcher at UWE Bristol