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The Cross Innovation Conference is coming to Birmingham on 16 and 17 October 2014, taking place at Birmingham City University. It will bring together leading thinkers from across Europe, exploring co-creation, policy, technology and design. Topics like creative collaboration, use of city space and financial […]

Cross Innovation is a process through which the creative industries collaborate with other growth sectors to generate new ideas, services and products. Please join us for an international event looking at how Birmingham can develop policies to support this way of working, based on the learning derived […]

Birmingham has once again joined forces with the German city of Leipzig to develop new ways of driving growth and innovation for small to medium-sized enterprises (SMEs). As part of the Mayor of Leipzig’s visit to Birmingham, marking the 25th anniversary of partnership between the cities, […]

CommonwealthFirst are accepting applications for its second cohort of Export Champions. CommonwealthFirst brings together an exciting partnership between the Commonwealth Enterprise and Investment Council and Royal Mail, with i-genius as implementation partner, which supports SMEs to trade and invest across the Commonwealth. Over three years, […]

Funding from Europe has contributed significantly to Birmingham and the West Midland’s research and innovation into solving very important health conditions affecting millions of people across the world. The picture on the left shows figures allocated to three EU funded health projects undertaken in Birmingham. FP7 research […]

This conference will present findings from the EU FP7 funded research project, CITISPYCE, into social innovation of and for young people against inequalities in Europe post-2008 and will set out recommendations for future policies and practice. It will provide opportunities for debate and reflection between […]

Climate change is a global issue we cannot afford to ignore. Birmingham City Council has set itself an ambitious aim of reducing CO2 emissions by 60% by 2027 compared against levels from 1990. The Council has set out a Green Commission outlining clear priorities for […]

In light of the Open Innovation Lab week hosted by Innovation Birmingham from 24th – 30th September, Climate-KIC will launch the Accelerator Innovation and Sustainability Conference giving and insight into innovation and sustainability. The conference is to be held at Innovation Birmingham Ltd on 23rd September as […]

Innovation is at the forefront of making Birmingham a competitive and economically-viable city. From 24th – 30th September, there will be a pop-up lab – the Operation Innovation Lab (OIL) – running which its host, Innovation Birmingham, are seeking collaborators to work extensively with local start-ups and […]

The community voting for the Climate-KIC Open Innovation Slam is now on and everybody is invited to vote until 21 September. You can have 5 votes to be distributed to 5 ideas. The ideas with the most votes will move on to the jury voting. […]