Advanced Wellbeing Research Centre Spring Networking Event

12th February 2018

Are you a Sheffield City Region SME working in the area of wellbeing, exercise or sport where technology plays an important role in your products or services? Have you heard about the new Advanced Wellbeing Research Centre (AWRC) opening on the Olympic Legacy Park in April 2019? In one of several roles the AWRC aims to act as an Emerging Technologies Hub for the sector, and we wish to have a conversation on how you think this might work to grow innovation in regional businesses.

If this is you then come join us on 20th March and help shape the future at the OLP. This event should be most relevant to tech-focused or tech-supported companies that wish to hear about the role AWRC would like to play as the Emerging Technologies Hub in sport, health and wellbeing. The event will offer AWRC a chance to share its vision and obtain the views of businesses on what they believe the direction, content and structure of the hub should be. Read more online and book your place here.

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