01 September 2005

Manchester Inventors Group

Inventors' Showcase
Terry Singleton and Clayton Roudette
Central Library
St Peter's Square
Tuesday, 6 Aug 2005 18:00 - 20:00
This is an important meeting for two reasons.
First, the Manchester Inventors Group showcases two success stories:
  • Terry Singleton who won first prize with his "anyway up bin" in the UMIC 2005 Ideas competition; and
  • Clayton Roudette who came second with his TIKKI pavilion
Secondly, this is an opportunity to discuss the future of the Group. Until June it was funded by the TIDE project. That funding has now come to an end. Members of the Group hope to re-launch as a membership association run by inventors, for inventors, either as a separate society or as a chapter of IdeasNW.
All meetings of the group will take place at Manchester Central library in St PeterĂ‚’s Square on the first Tuesday of every month between 18:00 and 20:00. Click here for directions.
Further information Chris Brown on 0161 234 1397
Ideas 21 also kicks off Autumn Season
Ray Clarke "Shaping Business"
113-115, Portland Street, Manchester
Tuesday, 13 Sept 2005 18:00 - 21:30
Ideas 21, the other Manchester inventors group, kicks off its autumn season with a talk by marketing consultant, Ray Clarke, on the key issuesinvolvedd in launching a new product and achieving commercial success for an invention. Ray will discuss all the options open to new inventors including manufacturing, licensing and joint ventures.
The meeting will be followed by food an drink atthee RAIN bar at 80 Great Bridgewater Street.
Cost: £15 members, £20 guests
Enquiries to Roland at events@ideas21.co.uk on 0161 439 9307.

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