CIMR Debate Preview: Creative entrepreneurship and skills development in Liverpool City Region

In this panel debate held at Birkbeck Centre for Innovation Management Research (CIMR) we discussed the role of creative entrepreneurship and skills development in the Liverpool City Region as well as the options for the “horizontal city” as a basis for economic development and social improvement.

Our speakers: –

Alison Pountney, Musician, Creative entrepreneur and Innovation Coach at the University of Liverpool

Dr Dave Tully, owner of Scenegraph, VR/AR game developer and Multiverse researcher, specialising in mental health applications

Dr Andrew Atter, Visiting Fellow CIMR, edtech founder, innovation researcher and psychodynamic coach (Chair)

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