Calling all innovators, trailblazers, inventors, entrepreneurs, academics, disruptors, big thinkers and dreamers…
Join us at Discovery Park’s first Innovation Summit to unleash the power of ‘Breakthrough Thinking’ and challenge our collective minds to generate fresh and creative ideas that feed innovation.
At this dynamic full day of Discovery you’ll learn how corporates and startup businesses are using innovative thinking to transform different sectors, challenge the norm and drive economic growth.
This event will attract over 200 industry professionals from across the UK and from all different sectors. Whether you work in industry, education, investment, or government bring a growth mindset, join the conversation, and make interesting new connections!
Hear from us
Speaking at this event will be Philip Young, Director Policy, Research & Strategic Engagement at Digital Catapult. Philip will be delivering a keynote speech sharing his insight on the innovation landscape and how Digital Catapult is remaining innovative. In addition to this, Philip will also explore what Digital Catapult are doing, how we are supporting local companies and communities through our programmes and will explain how companies and communities can engage with Digital Catapult.
You can see the full agenda here.
Director Strategy and External Affairs
Digital Catapult’s Director of Policy, Research & Strategic Engagement, Philip Young has a strong background in emerging technology policy, research and strategic decision making with both domestic and international experience.
Digital Catapult’s Director of Policy, Research & Strategic Engagement, Philip Young has a strong background in emerging technology policy, research and strategic decision making with both domestic and international experience. Named in Forbes 30-under-30 in 2016 as the co-founder of the charity, Future Foreign Policy and has worked in various roles in startups, scaleups, technology companies and policy/government. Adept at building networks and eco-systems to help bring about greater technology innovation, disruption and breakthroughs for the UK Economy. Working closely with BEIS, DCMS and DIT, he specialises in bringing new policy concepts and methods to government and the civil service to foster better decision making at the intersection of technology and civil society. Philip works with the UK Government, industry and startups to help design interventions that can help to reduce the technical, regulatory and business barriers in its technology programmes.
Innovation House, Sandwich, Kent, CT13 9FF
4 Jan 2023