The Kiwi Innovation Network, in cooperation with the Science Challenge for Technology and Innovation capability management are pleased to bring you:
Building Better and Faster Collaborations with researcher, Industry and Government.
8th and 15th September 2020
Presented by Ian Storie
Do you want to learn more about how to engage with others in your industry? This workshop is all about teaching and supporting you to make stronger network connections, and foster relationships with those who have an interest in your work. So you can take your career and scientific innovations further.
And the best part, is that it’s completely free, and open to anyone.
There are two sessions, so you can attend on the day that suits you best.
Dates: Tuesday 8th and Tuesday 15th September
Time: 9.30am to 1pm (NZT)
This KiwiNet and SfTI sponsored workshop is for
those wanting to get more out of their industry engagement activities.
The workshop covers off proactive strategies to ensure you get the greatest return out of your activities and efforts, including:
It is intended that attendees develop a toolbox of practical skills that can be applied across various areas of their work.
Ian Storie is an independent consultant having worked with both KiwiNet and Sifti for the past 3 years. Ian specialises in collaboration best practice and large account management having worked with hundreds of organisations and over 2,000 researchers, scientists, engineers and professional staff across ANZ, India, South Africa, USA, UK, Canada, Malaysia, Taiwan, China, Japan, Singapore and Hong Kong.
Ian has worked as a senior business development, client alliance and strategic marketing professional at organisations including General Electric, Siemens and CSIRO developing technology, research and engineering driven market segments including Education, Mining & Manufacturing, Agtech, Power & Water, Food & Beverage, Petrochemical & Refining, Healthcare & Pharma and Primary industries. Ian also has a long history of facilitating collaborations amongst Research Institutions, Multinationals, SME’s, State & Federal Government Departments, NGO’s, NFP’s and VC/start-ups globally.