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Future-proof your business with Bangor University

Bangor University is holding a series of practical 2 hour skill-share sessions. During these sessions, we will address the current challenges facing businesses in North Wales and will help you develop a toolkit to future-proof your business against them

Bangor University Henfaes Research Centre, Abergwyngregyn
Tuesday 17 April 2018, 08:00–10:00
North Wales Business Academy
North Wales Business Academy
01248 382475
More information:
Book your place via the Eventbrite link
Each month, a guest speaker joins us to discuss a specific business issue.

On April 17th our guest speaker is Lesley Rider.

Special topic: ‘Avoiding Killer Projects – what can cause a project to fail?’

Lesley has over 30 years’ experience consulting and lecturing around the world: specialising in Strategy, Project and Programme Management practices and techniques. Lesley has worked with a wide range of businesses; from global corporates such as Barclays Bank, Aid organisations such as GTZ; and numerous social enterprises.

Chris Walker, will be facilitating a practical and interactive session ‘kick-starting innovative ideas for future-proofing your business’. 
Chris is highly experienced with supporting and mentoring businesses; from SMEs to global companies, both nationally and internationally. Chris is part of the core NWBA team – delivering and mentoring on the SBA module, as well as on some Phase 2 modules.

During the morning, you will explore the skills, tools and knowledge required to develop innovative and long-term sustainable solutions for your business to thrive and survive. 

After the skill-share session there will be an optional opportunity to tour Bangor University's Henfaes Research Centre.