RSA Ideas: Norwich

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The Ideas Factory, Norwich University of the Arts

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RSA Ideas is designed to help Fellows develop their early stage projects or ideas by drawing on the knowledge, skills, and connections of others in the network.

Have you got an idea that you want to share with others? Do you have ideas or skills that could help someone else turn a great idea or project into reality? Are you interested in finding out more about what Fellows are doing and in making new connections? 

 

If this sounds like you then come along to RSA Ideas Norwich to:

  • pitch your project or idea to a group to get feedback and support. 

  • share your ideas/skills to help others develop their ideas or project. 

  • connect with other Fellows and social entrepreneurs. 

If you are interested in pitching an idea, please email [email protected] by 5pm 5 March 2018. 

Refreshments will be available from 6pm; ideas will start bouncing from 6.30pm. 

This event is free but please book your place above so we know you’ll be joining us. We welcome non-Fellows who support the work of the RSA and those who are interested in finding out more about Fellowship. 

Please note that this is a dynamic event structure and some parts are standing networking. If you have any access requirements or require any reasonable adjustments, please contact the RSA team at [email protected]. 

PS If you want to test out an idea or find out more about the event, why not come to our regular RSA Norwich meet-up on 1st March at Pizza Express in The Forum? We'll be there from 4-6pm. 

Location: The Boardroom, The Ideas Factory, Norwich University of the Arts, Cavendish House, 28-32 St Andrews Street, Norwich, NR2 4AE

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