For everyone in London who is interested in creativity, I will be hosting a seminar at the Google Campus on the 18th August.
It is for the benefit of the area’s entrepreneurial startup & technology community, and will be free and quite informal.
You can get up to 10 tickets for your company using the form below, or by going to the event registration page on EventBrite.
Have you ever wondered why you often have your best ideas in the shower, and not in brainstorming sessions?
Have you ever wondered whether you’re really left-brained (analytical) or right-brained (creative)?
Why do adults seem to be less creative than children?
Have you ever wanted to know how to help your company break out of its risk-averse culture and pursue more creative ideas?
If you have ideas, and if innovation is important to your business, then you will find out some amazing new insights into how creativity works during this free seminar by Nick Skillicorn, Chief Editor of IdeatoValue.com.
At this informal event, Nick will take you through some of the most interesting findings from recent scientific studies on creativity, giving us a better understanding of not only how it works, but how you yourself can improve it.
It’s a free, informal session for the benefit of the London entrepreneurial and technology community, and will be a seminar followed by a Q&A session and socialising, so bring along any burning questions you have about generating ideas and Nick will try his best to answer them. Talk will begin at 6:30pm.
We look forward to seeing you there.
WHEN: Thursday, 18 August 2016 from 18:30 to 20:00 (BST) – Add to Calendar
WHERE: Campus London by Google – 4-5 Bonhill Street, Shoreditch, EC2A 4BX – View Map
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