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Refresh Seminar: Co-Creation and Alternative Business Models

8 Mar 2016, 6.30PM–9.00PM
University of Stirling Court Room University of Stirling Stirling, FK9 4LA
Fiona Taylor, Brian Park, Richard Simmons, Gillian Kirton, Derek Hamill, Natalie Masterton, Ricky Kujawa, Archie Waters and Colin McKeand

The University of Stirling Management is delighted to be working in partnership with Refresh Seminars by sponsoring this event.

About the event:

Co-Creation is not a new concept but it is enjoying a rebirth and growth in popularity around the globe. What is it and why is it important to all of us in and out of business? Come along and find out, air your views and discuss with others. Alternative business models are also growing in both importance and numbers. Listen to award-winning organisations talk about employee ownership, cooperatives, modern partnerships, different forms of partnerships including modern professional partnerships and more.

Network and get to know others at the post-talk Networking Session led by Colin McKeand.   The event is open to all. A small charge is being made to cover the cost of the buffet (£15+VAT), however a limited number of FREE student places have been set aside which will be allocated on a first come, first served basis. A donation from ticket sales will be made to the local charity 'Stirling Citizens for Sanctuary'.

Register via Eventbrite here.

This 'Refresh Seminars' evening event is being sponsored by Performance Through People International. The room is being provided by the University of Stirling Management School and further support is being given by Forth Valley Chamber of Commerce, University of Stirling's Innovation Park and others. Their help is gratefully acknowledged.

Fiona Taylor - Performance Through People International (PTPI Ltd).

Brian Park - Co-founder of award-winning, Glasgow based award-winning Architect business Page Park.

Richard Simmons - Director, MSc Applied Social Research and Co-Director, Mutuality Research Programme, University of Stirling.

Gillian Kirton - Project Manager, Cooperative Development Scotland.

Derek Hamill - Partner, Award-winning, Modern, Multi-Disciplinary Partnership.

Natalie Masterton - CEO Stirling Voluntary Enterprises.

Ricky Kujawa and Archie Waters - Directors of the international, cooperative, learning and consulting business PTPI Ltd.

Colin McKeand - Co-Founder of PTPI Ltd.

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