‘The Makers’ to share their stories of innovation

The next in the series of successful business networking events that focuses on promoting innovation in Worcestershire returns on 7 June and celebrates ‘The Makers’.

Taking place at the Worcester University Arena between 5.00pm–8.00pm, WINN Wednesday will be discussing innovation and its effect on the manufacturing industries of Worcestershire.

The free event, which continues to draw a diverse range of business leaders, entrepreneurs, innovators, creatives, technologists and science professionals is open to all businesses across Worcestershire who have a drive to integrate innovation into the core of their business strategies.

“This is our sixth WINN Wednesday event, in just under 12 months” said WINN Programme Manager Jessica Antley, “and we continue to be inspired by the eclectic range of speakers who share with all our attendees their stories of success, passion and a dedication to their profession”.

The featured Worcestershire manufacturers who will be speaking at ‘The Makers’ on 7 June include:

  • Coomber Innovation: An electronic design and manufacturing company, which assists innovators and entrepreneurs bring their electronic products to market. Recently it has worked alongside well known DJ Seb Fontaine on his new ground-breaking EverMix product, that allows DJs to stream their sessions online. Further information on Coomber Innovation can be found here.
  • Hibernian Violins: Padraig O Dubhlaoidh is a Malvern-based violin maker, restorer and conservator who, for 30 years, has created and individually tailored beautiful violins for some of the world’s leading musicians. Further information on Hibernian Violins can be found here.
  • The Smart Actuator Company: Recipient of a 2017 Queen’s Award for Innovation in Enterprise, it is a Worcestershire business success whose innovative products, all designed and manufactured in the county, are revolutionising the world of valves and actuation. Further information on The Smart Actuator Company can be found here.

To attend ‘The Makers’ event, interested parties from across Worcestershire can register online via the WINN website.