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07/06/2022 9:30 am - 11:00 am

Launceston Pop-up Innovation Centre Launch Event

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Celebrate the opening of the ATI2 Pop-up Innovation Centre, Launceston.

Celebrate the opening of the ATI2 Pop-up Innovation Centre in Launceston, businesses and

partners are invited to view the facilities and find out more about how they can utilise the

new business support space.

Join us for a complimentary breakfast and refreshments on Tuesday 7th June, from 9:30 am,

at 12 Southgate Street Launceston, PL15 9DP.

Attendees will hear from John Hutchings, ATI Innovation Fund Manager, who will provide an

overview of the business support available via the project and the University of Plymouth, as

well as have the opportunity to meet ATI2‘s friendly Business Innovation Advisers and Pop-up

Innovation Centre Coordinator, who will reside in the Pop-up.

This is a fantastic opportunity for businesses and partnership networks to discover the

benefits of the Pop-up Innovation Centre which will be open in Launceston from the

beginning of June through to end of August.

Please come and look at the facilities and services available to businesses these include;

– hot desks,

– meeting room facilities with projector and flipcharts available,

– 3D printer and cutter,

– small photo studio,

– business advice and access to a wide variety of local and national support,

– refreshments – including a coffee machine.

All are included in ATI’s fully funded service to businesses.

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The Pop-up Innovation Centre is delivered by ATI2 and is funded by the European

Regional Development Fund (ERDF) and Cornwall Council. ATI2 is a project led by the

University of Plymouth, is funded by ERDF and supports business innovation across

Cornwall and Isles of Scilly.

By registering for this fully-funded event you are agreeing to your registration data being stored with ATI2, the University of Plymouth and the Ministry of Housing, Communities and Local Government (MHCLG).