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Recover & Rise: Digital Tools for Innovation

Tue 25 Jan 2022
12:00 - 13:00
Online Event

About the event

Maximise the ways you use data insights, innovation support, digital design processes and collaboration to access new markets and create/scale new products and services.

This session will be led by business support, marketing and organisational specialist, Lucy Paine.

This FREE webinar is for established businesses in West Sussex that want to boost their capacity for innovation and bring new products to market. You might be a small business owner, or have responsibility for design, innovation or strategy within the organisation. This session will be useful for those curious about collaboration, IP and re-modelling products and services for different markets.

The session will be led by always possible associate, Lucy Paine. She specialises in identifying, creating and nurturing collaborations in business to facilitate growth. Lucy has a proven record of supporting SME growth in a range of sectors – from a pre-IPO start-up in Silicon Valley, a multibillion-dollar multinational to helping growing companies at Sussex Innovation Centre and Bath’s Inspire Elite and Swindon’s TechSPARK.


Understand how technology is enabling businesses of all sizes to innovate

Learn about funding and tax benefits to digital innovation

Hear examples of effective digital innovation in growing businesses

Learn how to start planning new products, at scale, for new markets

Think about how collaboration might give your business access to new skills and insight


Re-cap from last session

How do I innovate for new markets with digital tools? - introduction

Common questions and challenges for growing businesses

Presentation on latest thinking and ideas

Case studies and examples


The West Sussex SME Digital Accelerator programme is being delivered through the partnership of West Sussex County Council and the West Sussex district and borough councils.

The business must be located within West Sussex to be eligible for these webinars.

Interested organisations can use the link here to sign up for any or all of the sessions: