International Ideas Week 2010


International Ideas Week 2010

What are YOU doing to promote Innovation and Creativity within your organisation?

Join us during International Ideas Week during May 2010 which this year will be themed around Ideas, Innovation and the Current Economic Crisis.

Free events will be held in London, Manchester, Edinburgh and Nottingham.

Running between 9am and 12.30pm where there will be advice and practical examples from organisations that are making employee innovation an important part of the business and not only delivering major cost savings to the business but also a highly motivated workforce that is fit to face the future.

Should you wish to attend any of these events please let us know.

ideasUK launched National Ideas Day on 14th March 2001. The original day (14 March) having been chosen as a special day to focus on creativity and innovation in the workplace on the anniversary of Einstein’s birth.

Due to the success of celebrating this special day our members asked that the celebrations be extended to a week in May. So each year ideasUK International Ideas Week™ is now celebrated.

This allows our members to hold special events within their organisations as well as attend the one-day seminar arranged as part of these celebrations – ideasUK International Ideas Week™

To book a place on any of the FREE sessions, please click here to access the booking form.

We have also produced promotional material for you to use within your organisation should you wish. Posters and logos can be found on the International Ideas Week webpage here.

Dont forget to tell us what you are doing for the week within your organisation.

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