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Events, workshops and networking opportunities for businesses provided by The MedBIC, Anglia Ruskin University and partners.

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OCTOBER

10.10.19

MedBIC Event – IP workshop with IP21 and Commercialisation team at Anglia Ruskin University

Location

The MedBIC
Alan Cherry Drive
Chelmsford
Essex
CM1 1SQ

Time

10.00 - 12.00

Event Description

IP Workshop Presented by Ed Clarke of IP21 and Dr Roger Chittock, Commercialisation Officer at Anglia Ruskin University
10th October 2019, 10.00 – 12.00
The MedBIC, Alan Cherry Drive, Chelmsford, Essex.

This session will dispel some of the assumptions and myths about Intellectual Property and the key role it plays in creating a competitive edge for innovating firms. Presented by Ed Clark from IP21. www.ip21.co.uk
Anglia Ruskin’s Commercialisation officer Dr Roger Chittock will also provide an insight into how Anglia Ruskin University operates its own IP policy, details on licences and royalties.

About the speakers
Ed Clarke is a UK and European patent attorney. Ed has represented clients in relation to a wide range of technologies from mechanical to electronic to medical equipment. His clients have ranged from start-ups and individual inventors to quoted companies with much in between.
Ed undertook the bulk of his training at a London firm before working at a boutique practice in the Home Counties.

Refreshments will be provided.
This event is free however to attend you must sign up as spaces are limited. To book your place please register.,

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15.10.19

MedBIC and Student Services Business drop in Sessions

Location

The MedBIC
Alan Cherry Drive
Chelmsford
Essex
CM1 1SQ

Time

10.00 - 11.30

Event Description

Expanding your business? Considering employing a student or graduate? Want to learn more about how ARU’s Employment Services can support your business?

 

The MedBIC is hosting a series of drop-in sessions offering tailored information for businesses interested in engaging with ARU students and graduates.  Colleagues from our Employment Bureau and Student Services will be on hand to discuss how we can support you build your team, including:

 

  • Employer Advisory Groups – We welcome your feedback on our courses to help inform their future content and ensure they reflect industry needs and challenges. Share your experience of students and graduates, tell us their skills gaps and what do they need to be focusing on.

 

  • Solving your recruitment needs – Find out how we can fill your short term staffing needs, assist with a specific project or build your pipeline of graduate talent.

 

  • Placements – Potential to offer a 9-12 month work placement to fill skills gaps within your business and help build a pipeline of graduate talent. Subject areas include: Business Management, Accounting & Finance, Marketing, Computer Science and Mechanical Engineering.

 

  • The ARU Partnership ProjectBecome a recognised employment partner of ARU and access our emerging student talent before your competitors by engaging them in a paid project whilst they study.

 

  • Graduate job opportunitiesBenefit from our online jobs board for advertising your graduate job roles. This provides access to our talented final year students and recent graduates who could help your business thrive.

 

  • Careers FairsOur popular Careers Fairs are a great opportunity for you to meet keen and talented students from all year groups and to promote work placements and graduate careers at your company.

 

  • Dissertation SupportMany of our students are interested in working on an employer led project for their final year major project and this can form part of a recruitment process for the employer as another route to employing a graduate.

 

  • Guest SpeakersThroughout the year there are opportunities for guest speakers from industry to share their knowledge and experience with our students and to give them an insight into the world of work whilst also promoting their company and business sector.

 

  • Becoming a Business Mentor – Help develop and support students at ARU. Just a few hours of your time each month makes a huge difference to our students and can improve their employability skills and experience.

 

Interested? Why not come along to the ARU Innovation Centre on our Chelmsford campus any time from 10am to 11.30am on:

  • 17th September 2019
  • 15th October 2019
  • 19th November 2019
  • 10th December 2019

 

Booking is not required just turn up on the day. However if you would like more information or cannot make one of these sessions please contact info@medbic.com

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office space at the MedBIC

29.10.19

MedBIC Networking Lunch

Location

The MedBIC
Alan Cherry Drive
Chelmsford
Essex
CM1 1SQ

Time

Event Description

Networking Lunches at The MedBIC

Located on the Chelmsford Campus, The MedBIC, Anglia Ruskin’s Business Innovation Centre for Medical and Advanced Engineering, is home to highly innovative, growing businesses in over 1000sq.m of fully serviced office and innovation space.

We run monthly Pizza and Pop Lunchtime Networking Events at the MedBIC. The aim of these sessions are to increase networking opportunities for business occupants; to encourage links and joint working between occupants and academics; to engage occupants with the various support services which the University can provide; and to provide a platform to showcase The MedBIC and wider university facilities to potential occupants and the wider Chelmsford business community.

Lunches start at 12.00 with talks from 12.30.

If you would like to be a speaker for any of the events please contact us.

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NOVEMBER

07.11.19

MedBIC Workshop: Business scale up and its impact on company culture with People Diligence

Location

The MedBIC
Alan Cherry Drive
Chelmsford
Essex
CM1 1SQ

Time

09.30 - 11.30

Event Description

MedBIC Workshop: Business scale up and its impact on company culture.

A workshop by Claire Hartnell – People Diligence

7th November 2019, 09.30 – 11.30

The MedBIC, Alan Cherry Drive, Chelmsford, Essex, CM1 1SQ

How can you get your culture right as you scale your growing business? How do you identify who you need to help your business grow? And how can you get this right?

It’s not just about hiring people with the right technical skills but the right mix of soft skills to take your business to the next level.

In this session we will explore the employee behaviours and leadership types which will help your business scale, common people related pitfalls experienced by scale-ups and how workplace culture can make or break a business.

We will help you understand the change in cultural dynamics which occur as businesses grow beyond a certain size and will help you look ahead to developing your first manager cohort.

Who should attend?

This session is open to all however managers, senior manager, owners and directors of SME’s who are looking to scale up and grow their company will find this useful.

About the speaker.

Claire Hartnell – PeopleDiligence

Claire had more than 20 years’ experience consulting up to C-suite level in companies including Diageo, Ebay, Carphone Warehouse and Coca Cola before setting up PeopleDiligence in 2018. She now works with growth companies to help them develop fast pace, healthy performance cultures.

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19.11.19

MedBIC and Student Services Business drop in Sessions

Location

The MedBIC
Alan Cherry Drive
Chelmsford
Essex
CM1 1SQ

Time

10.00 - 11.30

Event Description

Expanding your business? Considering employing a student or graduate? Want to learn more about how ARU’s Employment Services can support your business?

 

The MedBIC is hosting a series of drop-in sessions offering tailored information for businesses interested in engaging with ARU students and graduates.  Colleagues from our Employment Bureau and Student Services will be on hand to discuss how we can support you build your team, including:

 

  • Employer Advisory Groups – We welcome your feedback on our courses to help inform their future content and ensure they reflect industry needs and challenges. Share your experience of students and graduates, tell us their skills gaps and what do they need to be focusing on.

 

  • Solving your recruitment needs – Find out how we can fill your short term staffing needs, assist with a specific project or build your pipeline of graduate talent.

 

  • Placements – Potential to offer a 9-12 month work placement to fill skills gaps within your business and help build a pipeline of graduate talent. Subject areas include: Business Management, Accounting & Finance, Marketing, Computer Science and Mechanical Engineering.

 

  • The ARU Partnership ProjectBecome a recognised employment partner of ARU and access our emerging student talent before your competitors by engaging them in a paid project whilst they study.

 

  • Graduate job opportunitiesBenefit from our online jobs board for advertising your graduate job roles. This provides access to our talented final year students and recent graduates who could help your business thrive.

 

  • Careers FairsOur popular Careers Fairs are a great opportunity for you to meet keen and talented students from all year groups and to promote work placements and graduate careers at your company.

 

  • Dissertation SupportMany of our students are interested in working on an employer led project for their final year major project and this can form part of a recruitment process for the employer as another route to employing a graduate.

 

  • Guest SpeakersThroughout the year there are opportunities for guest speakers from industry to share their knowledge and experience with our students and to give them an insight into the world of work whilst also promoting their company and business sector.

 

  • Becoming a Business Mentor – Help develop and support students at ARU. Just a few hours of your time each month makes a huge difference to our students and can improve their employability skills and experience.

 

Interested? Why not come along to the ARU Innovation Centre on our Chelmsford campus any time from 10am to 11.30am on:

  • 17th September 2019
  • 15th October 2019
  • 19th November 2019
  • 10th December 2019

 

Booking is not required just turn up on the day. However if you would like more information or cannot make one of these sessions please contact info@medbic.com

Book Now

office space at the MedBIC

19.11.19

MedBIC Networking Lunch

Location

The MedBIC
Alan Cherry Drive
Chelmsford
Essex
CM1 1SQ

Time

12.00 - 13.30

Event Description

Networking Lunches at The MedBIC

Located on the Chelmsford Campus, The MedBIC, Anglia Ruskin’s Business Innovation Centre for Medical and Advanced Engineering, is home to highly innovative, growing businesses in over 1000sq.m of fully serviced office and innovation space.

We run monthly Pizza and Pop Lunchtime Networking Events at the MedBIC. The aim of these sessions are to increase networking opportunities for business occupants; to encourage links and joint working between occupants and academics; to engage occupants with the various support services which the University can provide; and to provide a platform to showcase The MedBIC and wider university facilities to potential occupants and the wider Chelmsford business community.

Lunches start at 12.00 with talks from 12.30.

If you would like to be a speaker for any of the events please contact us.

Book Now

Contact

The MedBIC Business Innovation Centre for Medical and Advanced Engineering is centrally located in Chelmsford, Essex, a thriving new city that's home to 12,000 businesses, including several companies in the engineering field and medical technology and assisted living sector. Chelmsford is close to London and two airports, benefits from outstanding transportation links, has a highly qualified workforce and offers an excellent quality of life.

Essex County Council