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SIRAC workshop helps turn new ideas into commercial success

SIRAC, the network for Sustainable Innovation in Refrigeration and Air Conditioning, is organising a one day workshop to help turn new technology ideas into a commercial success.
After receiving requests for guidance on marketing and commercialisation, SIRAC is hosting a workshop led by acr professionals with expertise in overcoming obstacles to development.

Workshop attendees can work on their existing projects and gain expert advice but the closing date for bookings is October 5.

Places will be limited to ensure there is sufficient time in the programme to discuss the needs of all participants.

Workshop facilitators will include Mike Lawrence and Ron Conry, both winners of the IOR J & E Hall award for innovations.

There will also be input from university business schools.

The one day workshop takes place on November 5 at LCCI, 33 Queen Street, London EC4. The cost is £150 including VAT. For more details click here

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  08-Feb-2023

Sanhua Selector Tool - Select the right product

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