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Research and Enterprise present: The Enterprise Journey from idea to commercialisation



Staff, Students


12.00                           Welcome and introductions

12.05-12.35pm            Helen McLean Masterclass on RTT-Achieving maximum impact

12.35pm-12.50pm       Ian Gibbs- Knowledge Transfer Partnerships

12.50pm-1.00pm         Lunch

1.00 pm -1.20pm        Tim Cooke - The enterprise journey - From idea to commercialization

1.20pm- 1.30pm         Q&A

1.30pm- 2pm              Optional group taster session in RT Therapy. Attendees are invited to participate in and share their questions/challenges.

Achieving maximum impact - What’s stopping you? by Helen Mclean

During this fascinating masterclass, Helen McLean will help you learn how to focus your positive energy and remove negative, unhelpful habits enabling you to enjoy giving presentations, leading meetings, networking and achieving success defined by you

Helen uses proven elements of NLP, CBT in a novel recombined method of Rapid Transformational (RT) Therapy techniques to show individuals and teams how to improve their communication and goal setting skills.

Why RT therapy? Because when you learn bespoke techniques and practice them, they stay with you forever. That's the magic of the subconscious memory. It is a skill everybody can hone.

It works for entrepreneurs pitching for millions, teams who want to make an impact with customers or anyone who is ready to overcome their fears in moving forward with life goals.

We all have different goals and priorities- you simply need the right tools that work for you.

The Best Kept Secret- Knowledge Transfer Partnerships by Ian Gibbs

Ian Gibbs, will guide you through the benefits of working in a KTP to secure extra research funding and external collaboration opportunities, learn the top tips and tricks on how to achieve this.

The enterprise journey - From idea to commercialisation by Dr. Tim Cooke

Witness real life examples of the journey from idea to commercialisation with the Dr Tim Cooke. We will discuss the challenges, pitfalls and rewards that are out there for researchers, with top tips based on his experiences with start-ups.

Dr. Tim Cooke works at senior levels in media, software, and IT services companies. He has a Chemistry MA and DPhil from Oxford University and an MTech from Brunel University. He was an early employee with Logica, where he held numerous senior director positions in the UK and overseas.

Later, as Managing Director of Oxford Molecular Group plc, he floated this software-based drug design and genomics company. He has also floated Intelligent Environments plc, the London stock market’s first internet company and Lombard Medical, a stent development company. Tim holds a portfolio of Non-Executive Chairmanships and Directorships in early stage tech companies. He is currently Chairman of Six to Start Ltd the award winning health and fitness app company; Clarinet Ltd, a software turn round company; Thomson Screening, an optometry start-up from City University; and is a NED at Caxtonfx, the leading foreign exchange debit card company.

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When and where

12.00pm - 2.00pmWednesday 22nd May 2019

C312 Tait Building City, University of London Northampton Square London EC1V 0HB United Kingdom

Contact Details

Tia Khan

Consultant: IP & Commercialisation

Academic Enterprise

Research & Enterprise

Northampton Square
City, University of London
Northampton Square
United Kingdom
+44 (0)20 7040 4180

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