VRFocus Diversity Initiative July 2018 Event
VRFocus Diversity Initiative (VRDI) has the aim to make emerging XR technologies such as AR and VR more inclusive. This is done by offering participants from under-represented groups the opportunity to get hands on with high-end VR headsets, 360 cameras and VR ready laptops to create either a 360 film or VR experience.
The 2018 Events are held every 2 months and I was accepted to attend Event held Tuesday, 31st July 2018. This was hosted by Plexal: Technology Innovation Centre London. It was organised and facilitated by Nina Salomons, VRDI Lead & Media Content Producer.
The workshop unleashed my creativity, because Course content and instruction was very well tailored. Most importantly Nina Salomons, the VRDI Lead & Facilitator, ensured good attendee interaction and focus on outcomes. The VR (immersion) demos on the day influenced me as well as my discussion with instructors and attendees to understand the opportunities in emerging XR technologies. Having taken part in the this Initiative, I am now prepared to take on role of project manager/producer in the Media & Entertainment sector.
Startup competition open until end 2017
Georgi Georgiev is looking for Startups based in Dagenham/Havering Council, and CEME Launchpad has a Startup competition which provides 6 months free co-working space and dedicated business support. The target group is Startups (under 4 years, Manufacturing, Engineering, Technology, Construction sectors). You are not required to be a revenue producing venture to apply. Continue reading
Choosing a franchise business model to invest in for your future is one of the biggest decisions you will make. This requires you have a skilled and reputable Franchise Broker who will have a number of franchises in their portfolio that range in price, industry, and business structure.
IT DOES NOT COST YOU ANYTHING!
Franchisors pay MatchPoint for finding them suitable franchisees. It actually saves them money in the long run, because they only have to deal with a small number of highly suited applicants rather than large numbers of unsuitable applicants.
Attend the FREE MatchPoint Franchise Event on 14 June 2017 “How to grow your business with a franchise model” https://how-to-grow-your-business-with-a-franchise-model.eventbrite.co.uk and take advantage of expert advice. Continue reading
Join Business Growth Coach London, for this Round table event series to boost your business growth, validate your value proposition and create new customer segments. Ade will present key growth strategies and show how your business model impacts on your business growth. Continue reading
How to Finance and Grow Your Small Business
Tickets are running low for our 19 May (Morning) Business Event “How to Finance and Grow Your Small Business”.
This Business event is run by London Business Academy in association with NatWest Bank. Register https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/how-to-finance-and-grow-your-small-business
What riles me about networking is that it is an Industry. For the few, they would have done their networking on the playing fields of Eton and country clubs. Others have opera, cricket fields, golf rounds…etc. Now for my networking fix I simply hang around with my mates around “the docklands” in East London!! Continue reading
As new technologies bring the world closer together, companies are tempted to go global. The bright lights of international markets are attractive both to Startups and the established brands.
It is alluring as it offers plenty of opportunities; however this venture can also be unsuccessful. Therefore, the ability to skilfully navigate in a global environment is essential. In order to minimise the risk of failure or falling into too many pitfalls on the way, ask yourself some questions before preparing your strategy.
Map your Business Growth Strategy
It is always necessary to re-evaluate and refocus your business growth plans. Refresh your business model and increase your profit margin – and you’ll want to do this with as little cost as possible.
We sometimes forget that our businesses are affected by external factors – things that are out of our control. It’s a good idea to prepare, with these factors in mind, as you start to grow your business – and a good approach is the PESTLE approach. Continue reading