About this event
WM5G Application Accelerator project is part funded by the European Regional Development Fund (ERDF) and the Midlands Engine
Our brand-new journey to support both SME and larger-scale manufacturers on their digital-powered journey to greater productivity.
Split into five stages, manufacturers can join us at the step in the journey which is most closely aligned with their current experience with 5G, ensuring that information provided is relevant and they’re getting the most appropriate level of support. Each step of the Digital Journey is tailored towards manufacturers’ individual experience and capabilities, from a Digital Novice to a Digital Disruptor.
Use case session – Wednesday 3rd November – Closed
What is digitalisation and what use case are the main ones that apply to my business?
Strategy Session – Wednesday 10th November – Closed
We will work with you to scope your long-term view of your Digitalisation Strategy and where to focus on first.
Network Session – Wednesday 17th November – Closed
Learn about Digital Networks and their component’s; de-mystified Information Management Systems (InfoSys)
People Session – Wednesday 24th November – Closed
How to ensure your people are brought along the digital journey with you.
Once you have purchased your ticket a member of the team will be in touch to book you onto the sessions to begin your Digital Journey with us!
ERDF Funded Tickets Compliance
“This programme is also funded in part by the European Regional Development Fund (ERDF). In-order to qualify for a free space on the programme, an organisation needs to satisfy the following criteria:
· Organisation Size: Be a Start-up or SME (A small and medium-sized enterprise covers enterprises which employ fewer than 250 persons and which have an annual turnover not exceeding 50 million Euro, and/or an annual balance sheet total not exceeding 43 million Euro)
· Location: Have organisation premises in England
· Commitment: Be willing to commit to a minimum of 12 hrs of programme engagement (this is at an organisation level, not necessarily a single individual having to complete 12hrs).”