Does your company want to develop a new product or service?
Are you interested in networking with like-minded academics and businesses, whilst finding out how you can introduce a new, innovative idea to market?
ARU Business Services will be hosting a business networking evening for organsiations based in and around Chelmsford.
This free networking event will be an opportunity for you to meet some of Anglia Ruskin’s academics who are keen to work with local organisations and share their knowledge and expertise to solve a range of business issues.
The Business Services team will be on hand to talk about the latest funding opportunities and knoweldge exchange programmes available to you.
Benefits to attending:
- Meet academics from Anglia Ruskin interested in working with local businesses
- Network with like-minded businesses based in Chelmsford
- Hear about the latest funding opportunities available to SMEs
- Learn how consumer psychologist could help your business grow
- Enjoy a selection of wine and canapes
4.10pm: Welcome address: Assistant Director – Research and Innovation Development Office
4.15pm: Dr Terri Simpkin
4.30pm: Dr Javaid Butt
4.45pm: Funding opportunities
6:00pm: Event ends
Booking your space:
This event is free to attend to business that are looking to develop a new product or service. Spaces are strictly limited, so early booking is advisable.
About our academic speakers:
Dr Theresa Simpkin is a Senior Lecturer in Leadership and Corporate Education at the Lord Ashcroft International Business School. Having spent a decade operating her own consulting company in Australia, she has a long and varied career working with governments, industry associations, the corporate sector and SMEs. She is the Course Leader and co-author of the world’s first and only Masters programme in Data Centre Leadership and Management. Working in collaboration with corporate partners, CNet Training, the course was developed in response to engagement with organisations such as Bloomberg, Wells Fargo, CBRE and Uber.
Her current research interests include emerging managerial paradigms, the impostor phenomenon and gender inclusion. Her work has recently been published in the Masterclass section of the CMI magazine, The Conversation, and multiple trade journals. She is a chartered member of the CIPD, a Churchill Fellow and a Trustee of the Baker Dearing Educational Trust.
The session I intend to deliver will highlight findings from my Impostor Phenomenon research.
‘The Myth of the Low Confidence Woman: The Impostor Phenomenon and the implausibility of success’. Dr Theresa Simpkin delivers highlights of her research to identify how managers, organisational systems and structures may feed career and success limiting behaviours in women experiencing the Impostor Phenomenon.