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4th February 2020 @ 6:00 pm - 7:30 pm


How do you encourage Digital Innovation in company that is over 150 years old, and in an industry that has relied on the same primary technology choice of blast furnaces for several centuries? Hopefully I will show you how and just what is possible in an Age Old Industry which needs to modernise and innovate, if it is to survive over the coming decades.

Tea/coffee and chat from 5:30pm, lecture at 6pm.  Buffet after the lecture.

Poster is downloadable below.  If you can either print and display this, or circulate it further that would be much appreciated.


To register for the event, please contact:

Sue Parker





4th February 2020
6:00 pm - 7:30 pm
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Centuria Building, Teesside University
Centuria Building, Teesside University
Middlesbrough, North Yorkshire TS1 3QD United Kingdom
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