The Centre for the New Midlands hosted its inaugural Winter Reception at the prestigious Churchill Room in the Palace of Westminster last week, gathering MPs, dignitaries, professionals and academics together to celebrate the importance of harnessing education and new technology in the regeneration of the West Midlands. Press release by The Centre for the New Midlands.
The University of Warwick’s free Creative Futures Incubator based in Leamington Spa’s co-working space 1 Mill Street is already powering up new local businesses, but now is also powering pedestrians up the Parade in Leamington, with 2 e-trikes. These innovative pedicabs provide a creative, environmentally friendly way for residents to get around the town centre and access the shops.
The University of Warwick has appointed Dr Richard Hutchins to the newly created post of Chief Communications Officer with immediate effect. He joins the University Executive Board, reporting directly to the University’s Vice-Chancellor Professor Stuart Croft. He previously served as the University’s Director of Strategy.
University of Warwick offers to help 5 more creative businesses - 6 months free in a 5G enabled business incubator
The University of Warwick is looking for the next cohort of creative businesses that it can help with its Creative Futures programme and businesses have just over two weeks to apply to be part of the programme and access 5G enabled business incubator space in Leamington Spa’s 1 Mill Street. Applications close on 15th February 2021.
Creative future for 10 new businesses & 500 innovators at Leamington Spa’s 1 Mill Street thanks to University of Warwick, BT & Warwickshire County Council
Ten new businesses will be the first to benefit from a new Creative Futures Accelerator Programme in Leamington Spa’s Creative District. that will help those businesses become part of the UK’s largest creative cluster outside Greater London. The scheme is supported by the University of Warwick, 1 Mill Street , BT and Warwickshire County Council.