19 Feb 16:30 - 18:30

Adding Value Financial Consultancy are offering a free drop-in service for financial advice to companies who wish to review and improve their financial and business planning or have specific finance questions.

This could cover how to raise funds and investment, pricing strategies, cost control, taxation worries, bookkeeping, payroll and pension issues, cash flow management, and business planning.

45 minute sessions on held on the third Tuesday of each month and will be offered on a first come, first served basis.

Interested companies should contact Matthew Brown, Managing Director, directly in advance to confirm their attendance:

Adding Value are a leading Liverpool-based firm of management consultants with a financial focus. Using their many years of experience as finance directors, they work with companies to improve their financial strength and sustainability. They have added hundreds of thousands of pounds to the profits of their clients over the years.

 

20 Feb Sensor City 13:00 - 17:00

Following the success of Jelly Liverpool we are excited to be running Student Jelly @ Sensor City.

WHAT?

Student Jelly @ Sensor City is an informal get-together providing opportunities for students to use our free work space, access business support and find out more about our on-site tech facilities.

WHO?

No matter what you study, you’re welcome to come to Student Jelly @ Sensor City to use our space and make new connections.

WHY ATTEND?

Student Jelly @ Sensor City allows students to work independently away from the library, plus take advantage of our FREE Tea and Coffee, FREE Wi-Fi and FREE popcorn!

Our break-out spaces are also ideal for group work. Just bring a laptop or whatever you need to get your work done.

We are also offering a rolling programme of optional ‘meet the expert’ sessions, including demos of our 3D Printers and VR Suite, introductions to our tenants and corporate members, and tours around our labs. 

WHEN?

Every Wednesday during term time, between 1-5pm.

WHERE?

Sensor City, 31 Russell Street, Liverpool, L3 5LJ (the big gold, glass building you’ve probably walked past hundreds of times!)

Sensor City is a joint venture between The University of Liverpool and Liverpool John Moores University. Located at the gateway to Liverpool’s Knowledge Quarter and positioned at the intersection of industry and academia, the global innovation hub facilitates connectivity and fosters progress, promoting sensor solutions and IoT to a global market.

There’s no need to pre-register, simply turn up and get involved.

21 Feb 09:30 - 17:00

So what is Jelly about?

Jelly Liverpool offers those who work independently or remotely an environment where they can broaden their network whilst continuing with work.

It’s also been described as a pop-up office.

Jelly Liverpool enables you to escape your normal working environment, be that the spare room, rented desk space or usual café and join in what has become the co-working event that enables people to make new contacts in an informal way, whilst still allowing them to work on their deadlines and maintain productivity.

Come & join us in Liverpool for a day of co-working.

Newcomers made very welcome, so if this is your first time at Jelly Liverpool then ask for Lydia, Dan or Neil your hosts.

No matter what you do or what you create, you’re welcome to come to Jelly Liverpool.

Mingle with like-minded creative & digital people. It’s a great way to put faces to those you follow on Twitter and more importantly it’s free…Free wifi, Free desk space, Free coffee.

Bring your own laptop and a friendly disposition. Pop in for an hour or 2 or come work for the full day. New faces made very welcome.

Jelly Liverpool is held at Sensor City on the 3rd Thursday of each month.

21 Feb Thoughtfully's Studio, Duke St 18:30 - 21:30

The reason most businesses fail is that they never start.

In the era of being apologetically busy, long to-do lists, and stacked up calendars, there are very few opportunities to take a step back, recalibrate, and focus our attention on to what’s important for ourselves, our teams, and our businesses.

Spend an evening learning, meeting, discussing how to kickstart your business and find out what we’re working on to help businesses like yours to thrive.

Join us for an informal gathering of like-minded ambitious people who are working on or looking to start a business.

Hosted by multi award-winning brand agency Thoughtfully.

SPECIAL OFFER: 50% off tickets for Senor City members with the discount code: friendsofthoughtfully
(discount will be automatically applied when registering via this page).

25 Feb Sensor City 08:30 - 10:00

Liverpool BID Company, in partnership with Professional Liverpool’s Property Group, will be launching a Commercial Office Market Review 2018, in which they will be reporting on the highlights of Liverpool City Region’s office market over the last calendar year.

The review, now in its 14th year, is a collective effort from member property agents across the city and features and in-depth analysis of the office market.

Some of the key trends highlighted from across the Liverpool City Region include office take-up in Liverpool City Centre and the Commercial District versus the Out of Town and City Fringe market, along with highlighting take-up across a broad range of sectors.

In celebration of the launch of this year’s report, we welcome you to join us at Sensor City to hear from property group chairman, Andrew Byrne, who will be detailing the commercial property highlights in this year’s review.

Guests will also be able to hear from CEO of Liverpool BID Company, Bill Addy, who will also outline the 2019 priorities for the Commercial District.

Breakfast will be provided.

27 Feb Sensor City 13:00 - 17:00

Following the success of Jelly Liverpool we are excited to be running Student Jelly @ Sensor City.

WHAT?

Student Jelly @ Sensor City is an informal get-together providing opportunities for students to use our free work space, access business support and find out more about our on-site tech facilities.

WHO?

No matter what you study, you’re welcome to come to Student Jelly @ Sensor City to use our space and make new connections.

WHY ATTEND?

Student Jelly @ Sensor City allows students to work independently away from the library, plus take advantage of our FREE Tea and Coffee, FREE Wi-Fi and FREE popcorn!

Our break-out spaces are also ideal for group work. Just bring a laptop or whatever you need to get your work done.

We are also offering a rolling programme of optional ‘meet the expert’ sessions, including demos of our 3D Printers and VR Suite, introductions to our tenants and corporate members, and tours around our labs. 

WHEN?

Every Wednesday during term time, between 1-5pm.

WHERE?

Sensor City, 31 Russell Street, Liverpool, L3 5LJ (the big gold, glass building you’ve probably walked past hundreds of times!)

Sensor City is a joint venture between The University of Liverpool and Liverpool John Moores University. Located at the gateway to Liverpool’s Knowledge Quarter and positioned at the intersection of industry and academia, the global innovation hub facilitates connectivity and fosters progress, promoting sensor solutions and IoT to a global market.

There’s no need to pre-register, simply turn up and get involved.

28 Feb 08:00 - 12:00

Sensor City is providing the opportunity for companies and entrepreneurs interested in sensor developments to chat these through with an engineering expert in sensor developments.

Professor Joe Spencer from the Department of Electrical Engineering and Electronics will be on hand to answer technical queries around sensors and sensor systems to identify critical technical issues and knowledge gaps, allowing rapid identification of suitable and appropriate expertise within the network and subsequent signposting.

Who should attend?

Businesses and entrepreneurs who have a need to fill a knowledge gap in their organisation, or are interested in the LCR 4.0 programme.

Expected outcome?

Connection to experts who have relevant knowledge and know-how to assist in the development of an appropriate solution.  Free advice will be provided and there is the opportunity to apply for funding which could enable greater support.

When?

Surgery slots are offered on the last Thursday of each month, between 8am and 12 noon. Slots are offered on a first come, first served basis by emailing Rebekah.Martin@liverpool.ac.uk

Where?

Meetings will be held in Sensor City, 31 Russell Street, Liverpool, L3 5LJ

4 Mar Sensor City 10:00 - 16:00

Sensor City is providing the opportunity for companies and entrepreneurs interested in Sensor developments to discuss their interest with an engineering expert in sensor development. A range of expert input is available on a daily basis according to the following schedule.


Monday 14:00 – 16:00

Dr Jeff Cullen

Areas of expertise: Sensor system design; Pollution and environmental monitoring; Geographic Information Systems (GIS); real time monitoring and mapping; Energy performance monitoring; use of microwaves for heating; fuel remediation; assessment of weld quality.

Email J.D.Cullen@ljmu.ac.uk


Wednesday 14:00 – 16:00

Dr Muhammad Ateeq

Areas of expertise: Sensors & instrumentation for manufacturing, material characterisation, healthcare, process control, structural health monitoring; Microwave heating/processing of materials for construction & waste management; 2D/3D modelling and simulations; Real-time monitoring and mapping through Geographic Information systems (GIS), RFIDs; Industrial IOT; Renewable energy technologies; Energy assessment and carbon footprint; CAFM systems.

Email M.Ateeq@ljmu.ac.uk


Thursday 14:00 – 16:00

Dr. Patryk Kot

Areas of expertise: Structural health monitoring; energy from waste; Sensor design and development; 3D modelling and simulations; Real time monitoring; Non-destructive testing; Data automation; Instrument Control

Email P.Kot@ljmu.ac.uk 


Friday 10:00 – 12:00

Badr M. Abdullah

Areas of expertise: Sensors and Instrumentation in the built environment, Non-invasive monitoring technologies for the healthcare, agriculture and food industry, Monitoring of hazardous environments such as TIG/MIG welding, Microwave technologies, Industrial IoT, Structural Health Monitoring.

Email B.M.Abdullah@ljmu.ac.uk


Please email the expert directly whose subject area is of interest to you.

Ensure that you include “Sensor City Surgery Request” in the email subject line in order to secure your session.

6 Mar Sensor City 13:00 - 17:00

Following the success of Jelly Liverpool we are excited to be running Student Jelly @ Sensor City.

WHAT?

Student Jelly @ Sensor City is an informal get-together providing opportunities for students to use our free work space, access business support and find out more about our on-site tech facilities.

WHO?

No matter what you study, you’re welcome to come to Student Jelly @ Sensor City to use our space and make new connections.

WHY ATTEND?

Student Jelly @ Sensor City allows students to work independently away from the library, plus take advantage of our FREE Tea and Coffee, FREE Wi-Fi and FREE popcorn!

Our break-out spaces are also ideal for group work. Just bring a laptop or whatever you need to get your work done.

We are also offering a rolling programme of optional ‘meet the expert’ sessions, including demos of our 3D Printers and VR Suite, introductions to our tenants and corporate members, and tours around our labs. 

WHEN?

Every Wednesday during term time, between 1-5pm.

WHERE?

Sensor City, 31 Russell Street, Liverpool, L3 5LJ (the big gold, glass building you’ve probably walked past hundreds of times!)

Sensor City is a joint venture between The University of Liverpool and Liverpool John Moores University. Located at the gateway to Liverpool’s Knowledge Quarter and positioned at the intersection of industry and academia, the global innovation hub facilitates connectivity and fosters progress, promoting sensor solutions and IoT to a global market.

There’s no need to pre-register, simply turn up and get involved.

12 Mar 17:00 - 18:00

Bartle Read are offering a free drop-in Intellectual property (IP) surgery service to companies who wish to explore the best form of protection for their IP or have IP specific questions.

The 45 minute sessions are held on a monthly basis and will be offered on a first come first served basis.

Interested companies should register their interest in advance at info@bartleread.co.uk

The surgery will be held in Sensor City, 31 Russell Street, Liverpool, L3 5LJ on the second Tuesday of each month.

Bartle Read is a leading Liverpool-based firm of UK and European patent attorneys and patent attorney litigators.  They provide advice on legal protection for innovative technologies, products and processes.  Their attorneys have long experience in the drafting and prosecution of patent and design applications both in the UK and around the World, and the negotiation of technology licensing deals, and in the resolution of disputes relating to intellectual property.

13 Mar Sensor City 13:00 - 17:00

Following the success of Jelly Liverpool we are excited to be running Student Jelly @ Sensor City.

WHAT?

Student Jelly @ Sensor City is an informal get-together providing opportunities for students to use our free work space, access business support and find out more about our on-site tech facilities.

WHO?

No matter what you study, you’re welcome to come to Student Jelly @ Sensor City to use our space and make new connections.

WHY ATTEND?

Student Jelly @ Sensor City allows students to work independently away from the library, plus take advantage of our FREE Tea and Coffee, FREE Wi-Fi and FREE popcorn!

Our break-out spaces are also ideal for group work. Just bring a laptop or whatever you need to get your work done.

We are also offering a rolling programme of optional ‘meet the expert’ sessions, including demos of our 3D Printers and VR Suite, introductions to our tenants and corporate members, and tours around our labs. 

WHEN?

Every Wednesday during term time, between 1-5pm.

WHERE?

Sensor City, 31 Russell Street, Liverpool, L3 5LJ (the big gold, glass building you’ve probably walked past hundreds of times!)

Sensor City is a joint venture between The University of Liverpool and Liverpool John Moores University. Located at the gateway to Liverpool’s Knowledge Quarter and positioned at the intersection of industry and academia, the global innovation hub facilitates connectivity and fosters progress, promoting sensor solutions and IoT to a global market.

There’s no need to pre-register, simply turn up and get involved.

19 Mar 16:30 - 18:30

Adding Value Financial Consultancy are offering a free drop-in service for financial advice to companies who wish to review and improve their financial and business planning or have specific finance questions.

This could cover how to raise funds and investment, pricing strategies, cost control, taxation worries, bookkeeping, payroll and pension issues, cash flow management, and business planning.

45 minute sessions on held on the third Tuesday of each month and will be offered on a first come, first served basis.

Interested companies should contact Matthew Brown, Managing Director, directly in advance to confirm their attendance:

Adding Value are a leading Liverpool-based firm of management consultants with a financial focus. Using their many years of experience as finance directors, they work with companies to improve their financial strength and sustainability. They have added hundreds of thousands of pounds to the profits of their clients over the years.

 

20 Mar Sensor City 13:00 - 17:00

Following the success of Jelly Liverpool we are excited to be running Student Jelly @ Sensor City.

WHAT?

Student Jelly @ Sensor City is an informal get-together providing opportunities for students to use our free work space, access business support and find out more about our on-site tech facilities.

WHO?

No matter what you study, you’re welcome to come to Student Jelly @ Sensor City to use our space and make new connections.

WHY ATTEND?

Student Jelly @ Sensor City allows students to work independently away from the library, plus take advantage of our FREE Tea and Coffee, FREE Wi-Fi and FREE popcorn!

Our break-out spaces are also ideal for group work. Just bring a laptop or whatever you need to get your work done.

We are also offering a rolling programme of optional ‘meet the expert’ sessions, including demos of our 3D Printers and VR Suite, introductions to our tenants and corporate members, and tours around our labs. 

WHEN?

Every Wednesday during term time, between 1-5pm.

WHERE?

Sensor City, 31 Russell Street, Liverpool, L3 5LJ (the big gold, glass building you’ve probably walked past hundreds of times!)

Sensor City is a joint venture between The University of Liverpool and Liverpool John Moores University. Located at the gateway to Liverpool’s Knowledge Quarter and positioned at the intersection of industry and academia, the global innovation hub facilitates connectivity and fosters progress, promoting sensor solutions and IoT to a global market.

There’s no need to pre-register, simply turn up and get involved.

21 Mar 09:30 - 17:00

So what is Jelly about?

Jelly Liverpool offers those who work independently or remotely an environment where they can broaden their network whilst continuing with work.

It’s also been described as a pop-up office.

Jelly Liverpool enables you to escape your normal working environment, be that the spare room, rented desk space or usual café and join in what has become the co-working event that enables people to make new contacts in an informal way, whilst still allowing them to work on their deadlines and maintain productivity.

Come & join us in Liverpool for a day of co-working.

Newcomers made very welcome, so if this is your first time at Jelly Liverpool then ask for Lydia, Dan or Neil your hosts.

No matter what you do or what you create, you’re welcome to come to Jelly Liverpool.

Mingle with like-minded creative & digital people. It’s a great way to put faces to those you follow on Twitter and more importantly it’s free…Free wifi, Free desk space, Free coffee.

Bring your own laptop and a friendly disposition. Pop in for an hour or 2 or come work for the full day. New faces made very welcome.

Jelly Liverpool is held at Sensor City on the 3rd Thursday of each month.

22 Mar Liverpool Arena & Convention Centre 10:00 - 17:00

The University of Liverpool, in partnership with CERN, are hosting a Symposium which will be a public display of the Future Circular Collider (FCC) project and will take place at the prestigious Liverpool Arena and Convention Centre, near the Albert Dock.

The Symposium will be accompanied by a Industry Innovation Workshop in the afternoon which will focus on the FCC’s strategic R&D programme, including the technical innovations within the project and the benefits to industry with regards to project involvement and product commercialization.

This event aims to explore, through the formation of working groups, opportunities for co-innovation between a variety of industries and will feature talks by keynote speakers, an industry exhibition and hands-on activities for the general public.

This is a great opportunity to get involved in one of the largest scientific and technological endeavours of the 21st century!

27 Mar Sensor City 13:00 - 17:00

Following the success of Jelly Liverpool we are excited to be running Student Jelly @ Sensor City.

WHAT?

Student Jelly @ Sensor City is an informal get-together providing opportunities for students to use our free work space, access business support and find out more about our on-site tech facilities.

WHO?

No matter what you study, you’re welcome to come to Student Jelly @ Sensor City to use our space and make new connections.

WHY ATTEND?

Student Jelly @ Sensor City allows students to work independently away from the library, plus take advantage of our FREE Tea and Coffee, FREE Wi-Fi and FREE popcorn!

Our break-out spaces are also ideal for group work. Just bring a laptop or whatever you need to get your work done.

We are also offering a rolling programme of optional ‘meet the expert’ sessions, including demos of our 3D Printers and VR Suite, introductions to our tenants and corporate members, and tours around our labs. 

WHEN?

Every Wednesday during term time, between 1-5pm.

WHERE?

Sensor City, 31 Russell Street, Liverpool, L3 5LJ (the big gold, glass building you’ve probably walked past hundreds of times!)

Sensor City is a joint venture between The University of Liverpool and Liverpool John Moores University. Located at the gateway to Liverpool’s Knowledge Quarter and positioned at the intersection of industry and academia, the global innovation hub facilitates connectivity and fosters progress, promoting sensor solutions and IoT to a global market.

There’s no need to pre-register, simply turn up and get involved.

27 Mar Sensor City 09:30 - 16:00

The Manufacturing Technology Centre under the Horizon 2020 programme is running a workshop to raise awareness of the Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT), and the funding which is available through the IoT4Industry Project.

The Iot4Industry project aims at accelerating collaboration between IIoT solution providers (including sensors, communication, Big Data and AI, cybersecurity) and industrial SMEs (machine makers, robots, tools, factories) through matchmaking and funding opportunities.

This workshop is for industrial SME’s or providers of IIoT technologies, who are wanting to:

  • Take advantage of IoT4Industry funding opportunities (Innovation vouchers worth up to €60k per SME)
  • Increase awareness of IIoT technologies and their applications
  • Network and match-make with potential collaborators

This workshop is free to join but please note there are limited spaces, so registration is essential.

Registration will close at 17:00 on Wednesday 20th March.

28 Mar 08:00 - 12:00

Sensor City is providing the opportunity for companies and entrepreneurs interested in sensor developments to chat these through with an engineering expert in sensor developments.

Professor Joe Spencer from the Department of Electrical Engineering and Electronics will be on hand to answer technical queries around sensors and sensor systems to identify critical technical issues and knowledge gaps, allowing rapid identification of suitable and appropriate expertise within the network and subsequent signposting.

Who should attend?

Businesses and entrepreneurs who have a need to fill a knowledge gap in their organisation, or are interested in the LCR 4.0 programme.

Expected outcome?

Connection to experts who have relevant knowledge and know-how to assist in the development of an appropriate solution.  Free advice will be provided and there is the opportunity to apply for funding which could enable greater support.

When?

Surgery slots are offered on the last Thursday of each month, between 8am and 12 noon. Slots are offered on a first come, first served basis by emailing Rebekah.Martin@liverpool.ac.uk

Where?

Meetings will be held in Sensor City, 31 Russell Street, Liverpool, L3 5LJ

1 Apr Sensor City 10:00 - 16:00

Sensor City is providing the opportunity for companies and entrepreneurs interested in Sensor developments to discuss their interest with an engineering expert in sensor development. A range of expert input is available on a daily basis according to the following schedule.


Monday 14:00 – 16:00

Dr Jeff Cullen

Areas of expertise: Sensor system design; Pollution and environmental monitoring; Geographic Information Systems (GIS); real time monitoring and mapping; Energy performance monitoring; use of microwaves for heating; fuel remediation; assessment of weld quality.

Email J.D.Cullen@ljmu.ac.uk


Wednesday 14:00 – 16:00

Dr Muhammad Ateeq

Areas of expertise: Sensors & instrumentation for manufacturing, material characterisation, healthcare, process control, structural health monitoring; Microwave heating/processing of materials for construction & waste management; 2D/3D modelling and simulations; Real-time monitoring and mapping through Geographic Information systems (GIS), RFIDs; Industrial IOT; Renewable energy technologies; Energy assessment and carbon footprint; CAFM systems.

Email M.Ateeq@ljmu.ac.uk


Thursday 14:00 – 16:00

Dr. Patryk Kot

Areas of expertise: Structural health monitoring; energy from waste; Sensor design and development; 3D modelling and simulations; Real time monitoring; Non-destructive testing; Data automation; Instrument Control

Email P.Kot@ljmu.ac.uk 


Friday 10:00 – 12:00

Badr M. Abdullah

Areas of expertise: Sensors and Instrumentation in the built environment, Non-invasive monitoring technologies for the healthcare, agriculture and food industry, Monitoring of hazardous environments such as TIG/MIG welding, Microwave technologies, Industrial IoT, Structural Health Monitoring.

Email B.M.Abdullah@ljmu.ac.uk


Please email the expert directly whose subject area is of interest to you.

Ensure that you include “Sensor City Surgery Request” in the email subject line in order to secure your session.

3 Apr Sensor City 13:00 - 17:00

Following the success of Jelly Liverpool we are excited to be running Student Jelly @ Sensor City.

WHAT?

Student Jelly @ Sensor City is an informal get-together providing opportunities for students to use our free work space, access business support and find out more about our on-site tech facilities.

WHO?

No matter what you study, you’re welcome to come to Student Jelly @ Sensor City to use our space and make new connections.

WHY ATTEND?

Student Jelly @ Sensor City allows students to work independently away from the library, plus take advantage of our FREE Tea and Coffee, FREE Wi-Fi and FREE popcorn!

Our break-out spaces are also ideal for group work. Just bring a laptop or whatever you need to get your work done.

We are also offering a rolling programme of optional ‘meet the expert’ sessions, including demos of our 3D Printers and VR Suite, introductions to our tenants and corporate members, and tours around our labs. 

WHEN?

Every Wednesday during term time, between 1-5pm.

WHERE?

Sensor City, 31 Russell Street, Liverpool, L3 5LJ (the big gold, glass building you’ve probably walked past hundreds of times!)

Sensor City is a joint venture between The University of Liverpool and Liverpool John Moores University. Located at the gateway to Liverpool’s Knowledge Quarter and positioned at the intersection of industry and academia, the global innovation hub facilitates connectivity and fosters progress, promoting sensor solutions and IoT to a global market.

There’s no need to pre-register, simply turn up and get involved.

9 Apr 17:00 - 18:00

Bartle Read are offering a free drop-in Intellectual property (IP) surgery service to companies who wish to explore the best form of protection for their IP or have IP specific questions.

The 45 minute sessions are held on a monthly basis and will be offered on a first come first served basis.

Interested companies should register their interest in advance at info@bartleread.co.uk

The surgery will be held in Sensor City, 31 Russell Street, Liverpool, L3 5LJ on the second Tuesday of each month.

Bartle Read is a leading Liverpool-based firm of UK and European patent attorneys and patent attorney litigators.  They provide advice on legal protection for innovative technologies, products and processes.  Their attorneys have long experience in the drafting and prosecution of patent and design applications both in the UK and around the World, and the negotiation of technology licensing deals, and in the resolution of disputes relating to intellectual property.

10 Apr Sensor City 13:00 - 17:00

Following the success of Jelly Liverpool we are excited to be running Student Jelly @ Sensor City.

WHAT?

Student Jelly @ Sensor City is an informal get-together providing opportunities for students to use our free work space, access business support and find out more about our on-site tech facilities.

WHO?

No matter what you study, you’re welcome to come to Student Jelly @ Sensor City to use our space and make new connections.

WHY ATTEND?

Student Jelly @ Sensor City allows students to work independently away from the library, plus take advantage of our FREE Tea and Coffee, FREE Wi-Fi and FREE popcorn!

Our break-out spaces are also ideal for group work. Just bring a laptop or whatever you need to get your work done.

We are also offering a rolling programme of optional ‘meet the expert’ sessions, including demos of our 3D Printers and VR Suite, introductions to our tenants and corporate members, and tours around our labs. 

WHEN?

Every Wednesday during term time, between 1-5pm.

WHERE?

Sensor City, 31 Russell Street, Liverpool, L3 5LJ (the big gold, glass building you’ve probably walked past hundreds of times!)

Sensor City is a joint venture between The University of Liverpool and Liverpool John Moores University. Located at the gateway to Liverpool’s Knowledge Quarter and positioned at the intersection of industry and academia, the global innovation hub facilitates connectivity and fosters progress, promoting sensor solutions and IoT to a global market.

There’s no need to pre-register, simply turn up and get involved.

16 Apr 16:30 - 18:30

Adding Value Financial Consultancy are offering a free drop-in service for financial advice to companies who wish to review and improve their financial and business planning or have specific finance questions.

This could cover how to raise funds and investment, pricing strategies, cost control, taxation worries, bookkeeping, payroll and pension issues, cash flow management, and business planning.

45 minute sessions on held on the third Tuesday of each month and will be offered on a first come, first served basis.

Interested companies should contact Matthew Brown, Managing Director, directly in advance to confirm their attendance:

Adding Value are a leading Liverpool-based firm of management consultants with a financial focus. Using their many years of experience as finance directors, they work with companies to improve their financial strength and sustainability. They have added hundreds of thousands of pounds to the profits of their clients over the years.

 

18 Apr 09:30 - 17:00

So what is Jelly about?

Jelly Liverpool offers those who work independently or remotely an environment where they can broaden their network whilst continuing with work.

It’s also been described as a pop-up office.

Jelly Liverpool enables you to escape your normal working environment, be that the spare room, rented desk space or usual café and join in what has become the co-working event that enables people to make new contacts in an informal way, whilst still allowing them to work on their deadlines and maintain productivity.

Come & join us in Liverpool for a day of co-working.

Newcomers made very welcome, so if this is your first time at Jelly Liverpool then ask for Lydia, Dan or Neil your hosts.

No matter what you do or what you create, you’re welcome to come to Jelly Liverpool.

Mingle with like-minded creative & digital people. It’s a great way to put faces to those you follow on Twitter and more importantly it’s free…Free wifi, Free desk space, Free coffee.

Bring your own laptop and a friendly disposition. Pop in for an hour or 2 or come work for the full day. New faces made very welcome.

Jelly Liverpool is held at Sensor City on the 3rd Thursday of each month.

25 Apr 08:00 - 12:00

Sensor City is providing the opportunity for companies and entrepreneurs interested in sensor developments to chat these through with an engineering expert in sensor developments.

Professor Joe Spencer from the Department of Electrical Engineering and Electronics will be on hand to answer technical queries around sensors and sensor systems to identify critical technical issues and knowledge gaps, allowing rapid identification of suitable and appropriate expertise within the network and subsequent signposting.

Who should attend?

Businesses and entrepreneurs who have a need to fill a knowledge gap in their organisation, or are interested in the LCR 4.0 programme.

Expected outcome?

Connection to experts who have relevant knowledge and know-how to assist in the development of an appropriate solution.  Free advice will be provided and there is the opportunity to apply for funding which could enable greater support.

When?

Surgery slots are offered on the last Thursday of each month, between 8am and 12 noon. Slots are offered on a first come, first served basis by emailing Rebekah.Martin@liverpool.ac.uk

Where?

Meetings will be held in Sensor City, 31 Russell Street, Liverpool, L3 5LJ

1 May Sensor City 13:00 - 17:00

Following the success of Jelly Liverpool we are excited to be running Student Jelly @ Sensor City.

WHAT?

Student Jelly @ Sensor City is an informal get-together providing opportunities for students to use our free work space, access business support and find out more about our on-site tech facilities.

WHO?

No matter what you study, you’re welcome to come to Student Jelly @ Sensor City to use our space and make new connections.

WHY ATTEND?

Student Jelly @ Sensor City allows students to work independently away from the library, plus take advantage of our FREE Tea and Coffee, FREE Wi-Fi and FREE popcorn!

Our break-out spaces are also ideal for group work. Just bring a laptop or whatever you need to get your work done.

We are also offering a rolling programme of optional ‘meet the expert’ sessions, including demos of our 3D Printers and VR Suite, introductions to our tenants and corporate members, and tours around our labs. 

WHEN?

Every Wednesday during term time, between 1-5pm.

WHERE?

Sensor City, 31 Russell Street, Liverpool, L3 5LJ (the big gold, glass building you’ve probably walked past hundreds of times!)

Sensor City is a joint venture between The University of Liverpool and Liverpool John Moores University. Located at the gateway to Liverpool’s Knowledge Quarter and positioned at the intersection of industry and academia, the global innovation hub facilitates connectivity and fosters progress, promoting sensor solutions and IoT to a global market.

There’s no need to pre-register, simply turn up and get involved.

6 May Sensor City 10:00 - 16:00

Sensor City is providing the opportunity for companies and entrepreneurs interested in Sensor developments to discuss their interest with an engineering expert in sensor development. A range of expert input is available on a daily basis according to the following schedule.


Monday 14:00 – 16:00

Dr Jeff Cullen

Areas of expertise: Sensor system design; Pollution and environmental monitoring; Geographic Information Systems (GIS); real time monitoring and mapping; Energy performance monitoring; use of microwaves for heating; fuel remediation; assessment of weld quality.

Email J.D.Cullen@ljmu.ac.uk


Wednesday 14:00 – 16:00

Dr Muhammad Ateeq

Areas of expertise: Sensors & instrumentation for manufacturing, material characterisation, healthcare, process control, structural health monitoring; Microwave heating/processing of materials for construction & waste management; 2D/3D modelling and simulations; Real-time monitoring and mapping through Geographic Information systems (GIS), RFIDs; Industrial IOT; Renewable energy technologies; Energy assessment and carbon footprint; CAFM systems.

Email M.Ateeq@ljmu.ac.uk


Thursday 14:00 – 16:00

Dr. Patryk Kot

Areas of expertise: Structural health monitoring; energy from waste; Sensor design and development; 3D modelling and simulations; Real time monitoring; Non-destructive testing; Data automation; Instrument Control

Email P.Kot@ljmu.ac.uk 


Friday 10:00 – 12:00

Badr M. Abdullah

Areas of expertise: Sensors and Instrumentation in the built environment, Non-invasive monitoring technologies for the healthcare, agriculture and food industry, Monitoring of hazardous environments such as TIG/MIG welding, Microwave technologies, Industrial IoT, Structural Health Monitoring.

Email B.M.Abdullah@ljmu.ac.uk


Please email the expert directly whose subject area is of interest to you.

Ensure that you include “Sensor City Surgery Request” in the email subject line in order to secure your session.

8 May Sensor City 13:00 - 17:00

Following the success of Jelly Liverpool we are excited to be running Student Jelly @ Sensor City.

WHAT?

Student Jelly @ Sensor City is an informal get-together providing opportunities for students to use our free work space, access business support and find out more about our on-site tech facilities.

WHO?

No matter what you study, you’re welcome to come to Student Jelly @ Sensor City to use our space and make new connections.

WHY ATTEND?

Student Jelly @ Sensor City allows students to work independently away from the library, plus take advantage of our FREE Tea and Coffee, FREE Wi-Fi and FREE popcorn!

Our break-out spaces are also ideal for group work. Just bring a laptop or whatever you need to get your work done.

We are also offering a rolling programme of optional ‘meet the expert’ sessions, including demos of our 3D Printers and VR Suite, introductions to our tenants and corporate members, and tours around our labs. 

WHEN?

Every Wednesday during term time, between 1-5pm.

WHERE?

Sensor City, 31 Russell Street, Liverpool, L3 5LJ (the big gold, glass building you’ve probably walked past hundreds of times!)

Sensor City is a joint venture between The University of Liverpool and Liverpool John Moores University. Located at the gateway to Liverpool’s Knowledge Quarter and positioned at the intersection of industry and academia, the global innovation hub facilitates connectivity and fosters progress, promoting sensor solutions and IoT to a global market.

There’s no need to pre-register, simply turn up and get involved.

14 May 17:00 - 18:00

Bartle Read are offering a free drop-in Intellectual property (IP) surgery service to companies who wish to explore the best form of protection for their IP or have IP specific questions.

The 45 minute sessions are held on a monthly basis and will be offered on a first come first served basis.

Interested companies should register their interest in advance at info@bartleread.co.uk

The surgery will be held in Sensor City, 31 Russell Street, Liverpool, L3 5LJ on the second Tuesday of each month.

Bartle Read is a leading Liverpool-based firm of UK and European patent attorneys and patent attorney litigators.  They provide advice on legal protection for innovative technologies, products and processes.  Their attorneys have long experience in the drafting and prosecution of patent and design applications both in the UK and around the World, and the negotiation of technology licensing deals, and in the resolution of disputes relating to intellectual property.

15 May Sensor City 13:00 - 17:00

Following the success of Jelly Liverpool we are excited to be running Student Jelly @ Sensor City.

WHAT?

Student Jelly @ Sensor City is an informal get-together providing opportunities for students to use our free work space, access business support and find out more about our on-site tech facilities.

WHO?

No matter what you study, you’re welcome to come to Student Jelly @ Sensor City to use our space and make new connections.

WHY ATTEND?

Student Jelly @ Sensor City allows students to work independently away from the library, plus take advantage of our FREE Tea and Coffee, FREE Wi-Fi and FREE popcorn!

Our break-out spaces are also ideal for group work. Just bring a laptop or whatever you need to get your work done.

We are also offering a rolling programme of optional ‘meet the expert’ sessions, including demos of our 3D Printers and VR Suite, introductions to our tenants and corporate members, and tours around our labs. 

WHEN?

Every Wednesday during term time, between 1-5pm.

WHERE?

Sensor City, 31 Russell Street, Liverpool, L3 5LJ (the big gold, glass building you’ve probably walked past hundreds of times!)

Sensor City is a joint venture between The University of Liverpool and Liverpool John Moores University. Located at the gateway to Liverpool’s Knowledge Quarter and positioned at the intersection of industry and academia, the global innovation hub facilitates connectivity and fosters progress, promoting sensor solutions and IoT to a global market.

There’s no need to pre-register, simply turn up and get involved.

16 May 09:30 - 17:00

So what is Jelly about?

Jelly Liverpool offers those who work independently or remotely an environment where they can broaden their network whilst continuing with work.

It’s also been described as a pop-up office.

Jelly Liverpool enables you to escape your normal working environment, be that the spare room, rented desk space or usual café and join in what has become the co-working event that enables people to make new contacts in an informal way, whilst still allowing them to work on their deadlines and maintain productivity.

Come & join us in Liverpool for a day of co-working.

Newcomers made very welcome, so if this is your first time at Jelly Liverpool then ask for Lydia, Dan or Neil your hosts.

No matter what you do or what you create, you’re welcome to come to Jelly Liverpool.

Mingle with like-minded creative & digital people. It’s a great way to put faces to those you follow on Twitter and more importantly it’s free…Free wifi, Free desk space, Free coffee.

Bring your own laptop and a friendly disposition. Pop in for an hour or 2 or come work for the full day. New faces made very welcome.

Jelly Liverpool is held at Sensor City on the 3rd Thursday of each month.

21 May 16:30 - 18:30

Adding Value Financial Consultancy are offering a free drop-in service for financial advice to companies who wish to review and improve their financial and business planning or have specific finance questions.

This could cover how to raise funds and investment, pricing strategies, cost control, taxation worries, bookkeeping, payroll and pension issues, cash flow management, and business planning.

45 minute sessions on held on the third Tuesday of each month and will be offered on a first come, first served basis.

Interested companies should contact Matthew Brown, Managing Director, directly in advance to confirm their attendance:

Adding Value are a leading Liverpool-based firm of management consultants with a financial focus. Using their many years of experience as finance directors, they work with companies to improve their financial strength and sustainability. They have added hundreds of thousands of pounds to the profits of their clients over the years.

 

22 May Sensor City 13:00 - 17:00

Following the success of Jelly Liverpool we are excited to be running Student Jelly @ Sensor City.

WHAT?

Student Jelly @ Sensor City is an informal get-together providing opportunities for students to use our free work space, access business support and find out more about our on-site tech facilities.

WHO?

No matter what you study, you’re welcome to come to Student Jelly @ Sensor City to use our space and make new connections.

WHY ATTEND?

Student Jelly @ Sensor City allows students to work independently away from the library, plus take advantage of our FREE Tea and Coffee, FREE Wi-Fi and FREE popcorn!

Our break-out spaces are also ideal for group work. Just bring a laptop or whatever you need to get your work done.

We are also offering a rolling programme of optional ‘meet the expert’ sessions, including demos of our 3D Printers and VR Suite, introductions to our tenants and corporate members, and tours around our labs. 

WHEN?

Every Wednesday during term time, between 1-5pm.

WHERE?

Sensor City, 31 Russell Street, Liverpool, L3 5LJ (the big gold, glass building you’ve probably walked past hundreds of times!)

Sensor City is a joint venture between The University of Liverpool and Liverpool John Moores University. Located at the gateway to Liverpool’s Knowledge Quarter and positioned at the intersection of industry and academia, the global innovation hub facilitates connectivity and fosters progress, promoting sensor solutions and IoT to a global market.

There’s no need to pre-register, simply turn up and get involved.

29 May Sensor City 13:00 - 17:00

Following the success of Jelly Liverpool we are excited to be running Student Jelly @ Sensor City.

WHAT?

Student Jelly @ Sensor City is an informal get-together providing opportunities for students to use our free work space, access business support and find out more about our on-site tech facilities.

WHO?

No matter what you study, you’re welcome to come to Student Jelly @ Sensor City to use our space and make new connections.

WHY ATTEND?

Student Jelly @ Sensor City allows students to work independently away from the library, plus take advantage of our FREE Tea and Coffee, FREE Wi-Fi and FREE popcorn!

Our break-out spaces are also ideal for group work. Just bring a laptop or whatever you need to get your work done.

We are also offering a rolling programme of optional ‘meet the expert’ sessions, including demos of our 3D Printers and VR Suite, introductions to our tenants and corporate members, and tours around our labs. 

WHEN?

Every Wednesday during term time, between 1-5pm.

WHERE?

Sensor City, 31 Russell Street, Liverpool, L3 5LJ (the big gold, glass building you’ve probably walked past hundreds of times!)

Sensor City is a joint venture between The University of Liverpool and Liverpool John Moores University. Located at the gateway to Liverpool’s Knowledge Quarter and positioned at the intersection of industry and academia, the global innovation hub facilitates connectivity and fosters progress, promoting sensor solutions and IoT to a global market.

There’s no need to pre-register, simply turn up and get involved.

30 May 08:00 - 12:00

Sensor City is providing the opportunity for companies and entrepreneurs interested in sensor developments to chat these through with an engineering expert in sensor developments.

Professor Joe Spencer from the Department of Electrical Engineering and Electronics will be on hand to answer technical queries around sensors and sensor systems to identify critical technical issues and knowledge gaps, allowing rapid identification of suitable and appropriate expertise within the network and subsequent signposting.

Who should attend?

Businesses and entrepreneurs who have a need to fill a knowledge gap in their organisation, or are interested in the LCR 4.0 programme.

Expected outcome?

Connection to experts who have relevant knowledge and know-how to assist in the development of an appropriate solution.  Free advice will be provided and there is the opportunity to apply for funding which could enable greater support.

When?

Surgery slots are offered on the last Thursday of each month, between 8am and 12 noon. Slots are offered on a first come, first served basis by emailing Rebekah.Martin@liverpool.ac.uk

Where?

Meetings will be held in Sensor City, 31 Russell Street, Liverpool, L3 5LJ

3 Jun Sensor City 10:00 - 16:00

Sensor City is providing the opportunity for companies and entrepreneurs interested in Sensor developments to discuss their interest with an engineering expert in sensor development. A range of expert input is available on a daily basis according to the following schedule.


Monday 14:00 – 16:00

Dr Jeff Cullen

Areas of expertise: Sensor system design; Pollution and environmental monitoring; Geographic Information Systems (GIS); real time monitoring and mapping; Energy performance monitoring; use of microwaves for heating; fuel remediation; assessment of weld quality.

Email J.D.Cullen@ljmu.ac.uk


Wednesday 14:00 – 16:00

Dr Muhammad Ateeq

Areas of expertise: Sensors & instrumentation for manufacturing, material characterisation, healthcare, process control, structural health monitoring; Microwave heating/processing of materials for construction & waste management; 2D/3D modelling and simulations; Real-time monitoring and mapping through Geographic Information systems (GIS), RFIDs; Industrial IOT; Renewable energy technologies; Energy assessment and carbon footprint; CAFM systems.

Email M.Ateeq@ljmu.ac.uk


Thursday 14:00 – 16:00

Dr. Patryk Kot

Areas of expertise: Structural health monitoring; energy from waste; Sensor design and development; 3D modelling and simulations; Real time monitoring; Non-destructive testing; Data automation; Instrument Control

Email P.Kot@ljmu.ac.uk 


Friday 10:00 – 12:00

Badr M. Abdullah

Areas of expertise: Sensors and Instrumentation in the built environment, Non-invasive monitoring technologies for the healthcare, agriculture and food industry, Monitoring of hazardous environments such as TIG/MIG welding, Microwave technologies, Industrial IoT, Structural Health Monitoring.

Email B.M.Abdullah@ljmu.ac.uk


Please email the expert directly whose subject area is of interest to you.

Ensure that you include “Sensor City Surgery Request” in the email subject line in order to secure your session.

11 Jun 17:00 - 18:00

Bartle Read are offering a free drop-in Intellectual property (IP) surgery service to companies who wish to explore the best form of protection for their IP or have IP specific questions.

The 45 minute sessions are held on a monthly basis and will be offered on a first come first served basis.

Interested companies should register their interest in advance at info@bartleread.co.uk

The surgery will be held in Sensor City, 31 Russell Street, Liverpool, L3 5LJ on the second Tuesday of each month.

Bartle Read is a leading Liverpool-based firm of UK and European patent attorneys and patent attorney litigators.  They provide advice on legal protection for innovative technologies, products and processes.  Their attorneys have long experience in the drafting and prosecution of patent and design applications both in the UK and around the World, and the negotiation of technology licensing deals, and in the resolution of disputes relating to intellectual property.

18 Jun 16:30 - 18:30

Adding Value Financial Consultancy are offering a free drop-in service for financial advice to companies who wish to review and improve their financial and business planning or have specific finance questions.

This could cover how to raise funds and investment, pricing strategies, cost control, taxation worries, bookkeeping, payroll and pension issues, cash flow management, and business planning.

45 minute sessions on held on the third Tuesday of each month and will be offered on a first come, first served basis.

Interested companies should contact Matthew Brown, Managing Director, directly in advance to confirm their attendance:

Adding Value are a leading Liverpool-based firm of management consultants with a financial focus. Using their many years of experience as finance directors, they work with companies to improve their financial strength and sustainability. They have added hundreds of thousands of pounds to the profits of their clients over the years.

 

20 Jun 09:30 - 17:00

So what is Jelly about?

Jelly Liverpool offers those who work independently or remotely an environment where they can broaden their network whilst continuing with work.

It’s also been described as a pop-up office.

Jelly Liverpool enables you to escape your normal working environment, be that the spare room, rented desk space or usual café and join in what has become the co-working event that enables people to make new contacts in an informal way, whilst still allowing them to work on their deadlines and maintain productivity.

Come & join us in Liverpool for a day of co-working.

Newcomers made very welcome, so if this is your first time at Jelly Liverpool then ask for Lydia, Dan or Neil your hosts.

No matter what you do or what you create, you’re welcome to come to Jelly Liverpool.

Mingle with like-minded creative & digital people. It’s a great way to put faces to those you follow on Twitter and more importantly it’s free…Free wifi, Free desk space, Free coffee.

Bring your own laptop and a friendly disposition. Pop in for an hour or 2 or come work for the full day. New faces made very welcome.

Jelly Liverpool is held at Sensor City on the 3rd Thursday of each month.

27 Jun 08:00 - 12:00

Sensor City is providing the opportunity for companies and entrepreneurs interested in sensor developments to chat these through with an engineering expert in sensor developments.

Professor Joe Spencer from the Department of Electrical Engineering and Electronics will be on hand to answer technical queries around sensors and sensor systems to identify critical technical issues and knowledge gaps, allowing rapid identification of suitable and appropriate expertise within the network and subsequent signposting.

Who should attend?

Businesses and entrepreneurs who have a need to fill a knowledge gap in their organisation, or are interested in the LCR 4.0 programme.

Expected outcome?

Connection to experts who have relevant knowledge and know-how to assist in the development of an appropriate solution.  Free advice will be provided and there is the opportunity to apply for funding which could enable greater support.

When?

Surgery slots are offered on the last Thursday of each month, between 8am and 12 noon. Slots are offered on a first come, first served basis by emailing Rebekah.Martin@liverpool.ac.uk

Where?

Meetings will be held in Sensor City, 31 Russell Street, Liverpool, L3 5LJ

1 Jul Sensor City 10:00 - 16:00

Sensor City is providing the opportunity for companies and entrepreneurs interested in Sensor developments to discuss their interest with an engineering expert in sensor development. A range of expert input is available on a daily basis according to the following schedule.


Monday 14:00 – 16:00

Dr Jeff Cullen

Areas of expertise: Sensor system design; Pollution and environmental monitoring; Geographic Information Systems (GIS); real time monitoring and mapping; Energy performance monitoring; use of microwaves for heating; fuel remediation; assessment of weld quality.

Email J.D.Cullen@ljmu.ac.uk


Wednesday 14:00 – 16:00

Dr Muhammad Ateeq

Areas of expertise: Sensors & instrumentation for manufacturing, material characterisation, healthcare, process control, structural health monitoring; Microwave heating/processing of materials for construction & waste management; 2D/3D modelling and simulations; Real-time monitoring and mapping through Geographic Information systems (GIS), RFIDs; Industrial IOT; Renewable energy technologies; Energy assessment and carbon footprint; CAFM systems.

Email M.Ateeq@ljmu.ac.uk


Thursday 14:00 – 16:00

Dr. Patryk Kot

Areas of expertise: Structural health monitoring; energy from waste; Sensor design and development; 3D modelling and simulations; Real time monitoring; Non-destructive testing; Data automation; Instrument Control

Email P.Kot@ljmu.ac.uk 


Friday 10:00 – 12:00

Badr M. Abdullah

Areas of expertise: Sensors and Instrumentation in the built environment, Non-invasive monitoring technologies for the healthcare, agriculture and food industry, Monitoring of hazardous environments such as TIG/MIG welding, Microwave technologies, Industrial IoT, Structural Health Monitoring.

Email B.M.Abdullah@ljmu.ac.uk


Please email the expert directly whose subject area is of interest to you.

Ensure that you include “Sensor City Surgery Request” in the email subject line in order to secure your session.

9 Jul 17:00 - 18:00

Bartle Read are offering a free drop-in Intellectual property (IP) surgery service to companies who wish to explore the best form of protection for their IP or have IP specific questions.

The 45 minute sessions are held on a monthly basis and will be offered on a first come first served basis.

Interested companies should register their interest in advance at info@bartleread.co.uk

The surgery will be held in Sensor City, 31 Russell Street, Liverpool, L3 5LJ on the second Tuesday of each month.

Bartle Read is a leading Liverpool-based firm of UK and European patent attorneys and patent attorney litigators.  They provide advice on legal protection for innovative technologies, products and processes.  Their attorneys have long experience in the drafting and prosecution of patent and design applications both in the UK and around the World, and the negotiation of technology licensing deals, and in the resolution of disputes relating to intellectual property.

16 Jul 16:30 - 18:30

Adding Value Financial Consultancy are offering a free drop-in service for financial advice to companies who wish to review and improve their financial and business planning or have specific finance questions.

This could cover how to raise funds and investment, pricing strategies, cost control, taxation worries, bookkeeping, payroll and pension issues, cash flow management, and business planning.

45 minute sessions on held on the third Tuesday of each month and will be offered on a first come, first served basis.

Interested companies should contact Matthew Brown, Managing Director, directly in advance to confirm their attendance:

Adding Value are a leading Liverpool-based firm of management consultants with a financial focus. Using their many years of experience as finance directors, they work with companies to improve their financial strength and sustainability. They have added hundreds of thousands of pounds to the profits of their clients over the years.

 

18 Jul 09:30 - 17:00

So what is Jelly about?

Jelly Liverpool offers those who work independently or remotely an environment where they can broaden their network whilst continuing with work.

It’s also been described as a pop-up office.

Jelly Liverpool enables you to escape your normal working environment, be that the spare room, rented desk space or usual café and join in what has become the co-working event that enables people to make new contacts in an informal way, whilst still allowing them to work on their deadlines and maintain productivity.

Come & join us in Liverpool for a day of co-working.

Newcomers made very welcome, so if this is your first time at Jelly Liverpool then ask for Lydia, Dan or Neil your hosts.

No matter what you do or what you create, you’re welcome to come to Jelly Liverpool.

Mingle with like-minded creative & digital people. It’s a great way to put faces to those you follow on Twitter and more importantly it’s free…Free wifi, Free desk space, Free coffee.

Bring your own laptop and a friendly disposition. Pop in for an hour or 2 or come work for the full day. New faces made very welcome.

Jelly Liverpool is held at Sensor City on the 3rd Thursday of each month.

25 Jul 08:00 - 12:00

Sensor City is providing the opportunity for companies and entrepreneurs interested in sensor developments to chat these through with an engineering expert in sensor developments.

Professor Joe Spencer from the Department of Electrical Engineering and Electronics will be on hand to answer technical queries around sensors and sensor systems to identify critical technical issues and knowledge gaps, allowing rapid identification of suitable and appropriate expertise within the network and subsequent signposting.

Who should attend?

Businesses and entrepreneurs who have a need to fill a knowledge gap in their organisation, or are interested in the LCR 4.0 programme.

Expected outcome?

Connection to experts who have relevant knowledge and know-how to assist in the development of an appropriate solution.  Free advice will be provided and there is the opportunity to apply for funding which could enable greater support.

When?

Surgery slots are offered on the last Thursday of each month, between 8am and 12 noon. Slots are offered on a first come, first served basis by emailing Rebekah.Martin@liverpool.ac.uk

Where?

Meetings will be held in Sensor City, 31 Russell Street, Liverpool, L3 5LJ

5 Aug Sensor City 10:00 - 16:00

Sensor City is providing the opportunity for companies and entrepreneurs interested in Sensor developments to discuss their interest with an engineering expert in sensor development. A range of expert input is available on a daily basis according to the following schedule.


Monday 14:00 – 16:00

Dr Jeff Cullen

Areas of expertise: Sensor system design; Pollution and environmental monitoring; Geographic Information Systems (GIS); real time monitoring and mapping; Energy performance monitoring; use of microwaves for heating; fuel remediation; assessment of weld quality.

Email J.D.Cullen@ljmu.ac.uk


Wednesday 14:00 – 16:00

Dr Muhammad Ateeq

Areas of expertise: Sensors & instrumentation for manufacturing, material characterisation, healthcare, process control, structural health monitoring; Microwave heating/processing of materials for construction & waste management; 2D/3D modelling and simulations; Real-time monitoring and mapping through Geographic Information systems (GIS), RFIDs; Industrial IOT; Renewable energy technologies; Energy assessment and carbon footprint; CAFM systems.

Email M.Ateeq@ljmu.ac.uk


Thursday 14:00 – 16:00

Dr. Patryk Kot

Areas of expertise: Structural health monitoring; energy from waste; Sensor design and development; 3D modelling and simulations; Real time monitoring; Non-destructive testing; Data automation; Instrument Control

Email P.Kot@ljmu.ac.uk 


Friday 10:00 – 12:00

Badr M. Abdullah

Areas of expertise: Sensors and Instrumentation in the built environment, Non-invasive monitoring technologies for the healthcare, agriculture and food industry, Monitoring of hazardous environments such as TIG/MIG welding, Microwave technologies, Industrial IoT, Structural Health Monitoring.

Email B.M.Abdullah@ljmu.ac.uk


Please email the expert directly whose subject area is of interest to you.

Ensure that you include “Sensor City Surgery Request” in the email subject line in order to secure your session.

13 Aug 17:00 - 18:00

Bartle Read are offering a free drop-in Intellectual property (IP) surgery service to companies who wish to explore the best form of protection for their IP or have IP specific questions.

The 45 minute sessions are held on a monthly basis and will be offered on a first come first served basis.

Interested companies should register their interest in advance at info@bartleread.co.uk

The surgery will be held in Sensor City, 31 Russell Street, Liverpool, L3 5LJ on the second Tuesday of each month.

Bartle Read is a leading Liverpool-based firm of UK and European patent attorneys and patent attorney litigators.  They provide advice on legal protection for innovative technologies, products and processes.  Their attorneys have long experience in the drafting and prosecution of patent and design applications both in the UK and around the World, and the negotiation of technology licensing deals, and in the resolution of disputes relating to intellectual property.

15 Aug 09:30 - 17:00

So what is Jelly about?

Jelly Liverpool offers those who work independently or remotely an environment where they can broaden their network whilst continuing with work.

It’s also been described as a pop-up office.

Jelly Liverpool enables you to escape your normal working environment, be that the spare room, rented desk space or usual café and join in what has become the co-working event that enables people to make new contacts in an informal way, whilst still allowing them to work on their deadlines and maintain productivity.

Come & join us in Liverpool for a day of co-working.

Newcomers made very welcome, so if this is your first time at Jelly Liverpool then ask for Lydia, Dan or Neil your hosts.

No matter what you do or what you create, you’re welcome to come to Jelly Liverpool.

Mingle with like-minded creative & digital people. It’s a great way to put faces to those you follow on Twitter and more importantly it’s free…Free wifi, Free desk space, Free coffee.

Bring your own laptop and a friendly disposition. Pop in for an hour or 2 or come work for the full day. New faces made very welcome.

Jelly Liverpool is held at Sensor City on the 3rd Thursday of each month.

20 Aug 16:30 - 18:30

Adding Value Financial Consultancy are offering a free drop-in service for financial advice to companies who wish to review and improve their financial and business planning or have specific finance questions.

This could cover how to raise funds and investment, pricing strategies, cost control, taxation worries, bookkeeping, payroll and pension issues, cash flow management, and business planning.

45 minute sessions on held on the third Tuesday of each month and will be offered on a first come, first served basis.

Interested companies should contact Matthew Brown, Managing Director, directly in advance to confirm their attendance:

Adding Value are a leading Liverpool-based firm of management consultants with a financial focus. Using their many years of experience as finance directors, they work with companies to improve their financial strength and sustainability. They have added hundreds of thousands of pounds to the profits of their clients over the years.

 

29 Aug 08:00 - 12:00

Sensor City is providing the opportunity for companies and entrepreneurs interested in sensor developments to chat these through with an engineering expert in sensor developments.

Professor Joe Spencer from the Department of Electrical Engineering and Electronics will be on hand to answer technical queries around sensors and sensor systems to identify critical technical issues and knowledge gaps, allowing rapid identification of suitable and appropriate expertise within the network and subsequent signposting.

Who should attend?

Businesses and entrepreneurs who have a need to fill a knowledge gap in their organisation, or are interested in the LCR 4.0 programme.

Expected outcome?

Connection to experts who have relevant knowledge and know-how to assist in the development of an appropriate solution.  Free advice will be provided and there is the opportunity to apply for funding which could enable greater support.

When?

Surgery slots are offered on the last Thursday of each month, between 8am and 12 noon. Slots are offered on a first come, first served basis by emailing Rebekah.Martin@liverpool.ac.uk

Where?

Meetings will be held in Sensor City, 31 Russell Street, Liverpool, L3 5LJ

2 Sep Sensor City 10:00 - 16:00

Sensor City is providing the opportunity for companies and entrepreneurs interested in Sensor developments to discuss their interest with an engineering expert in sensor development. A range of expert input is available on a daily basis according to the following schedule.


Monday 14:00 – 16:00

Dr Jeff Cullen

Areas of expertise: Sensor system design; Pollution and environmental monitoring; Geographic Information Systems (GIS); real time monitoring and mapping; Energy performance monitoring; use of microwaves for heating; fuel remediation; assessment of weld quality.

Email J.D.Cullen@ljmu.ac.uk


Wednesday 14:00 – 16:00

Dr Muhammad Ateeq

Areas of expertise: Sensors & instrumentation for manufacturing, material characterisation, healthcare, process control, structural health monitoring; Microwave heating/processing of materials for construction & waste management; 2D/3D modelling and simulations; Real-time monitoring and mapping through Geographic Information systems (GIS), RFIDs; Industrial IOT; Renewable energy technologies; Energy assessment and carbon footprint; CAFM systems.

Email M.Ateeq@ljmu.ac.uk


Thursday 14:00 – 16:00

Dr. Patryk Kot

Areas of expertise: Structural health monitoring; energy from waste; Sensor design and development; 3D modelling and simulations; Real time monitoring; Non-destructive testing; Data automation; Instrument Control

Email P.Kot@ljmu.ac.uk 


Friday 10:00 – 12:00

Badr M. Abdullah

Areas of expertise: Sensors and Instrumentation in the built environment, Non-invasive monitoring technologies for the healthcare, agriculture and food industry, Monitoring of hazardous environments such as TIG/MIG welding, Microwave technologies, Industrial IoT, Structural Health Monitoring.

Email B.M.Abdullah@ljmu.ac.uk


Please email the expert directly whose subject area is of interest to you.

Ensure that you include “Sensor City Surgery Request” in the email subject line in order to secure your session.

10 Sep 17:00 - 18:00

Bartle Read are offering a free drop-in Intellectual property (IP) surgery service to companies who wish to explore the best form of protection for their IP or have IP specific questions.

The 45 minute sessions are held on a monthly basis and will be offered on a first come first served basis.

Interested companies should register their interest in advance at info@bartleread.co.uk

The surgery will be held in Sensor City, 31 Russell Street, Liverpool, L3 5LJ on the second Tuesday of each month.

Bartle Read is a leading Liverpool-based firm of UK and European patent attorneys and patent attorney litigators.  They provide advice on legal protection for innovative technologies, products and processes.  Their attorneys have long experience in the drafting and prosecution of patent and design applications both in the UK and around the World, and the negotiation of technology licensing deals, and in the resolution of disputes relating to intellectual property.

17 Sep 16:30 - 18:30

Adding Value Financial Consultancy are offering a free drop-in service for financial advice to companies who wish to review and improve their financial and business planning or have specific finance questions.

This could cover how to raise funds and investment, pricing strategies, cost control, taxation worries, bookkeeping, payroll and pension issues, cash flow management, and business planning.

45 minute sessions on held on the third Tuesday of each month and will be offered on a first come, first served basis.

Interested companies should contact Matthew Brown, Managing Director, directly in advance to confirm their attendance:

Adding Value are a leading Liverpool-based firm of management consultants with a financial focus. Using their many years of experience as finance directors, they work with companies to improve their financial strength and sustainability. They have added hundreds of thousands of pounds to the profits of their clients over the years.

 

19 Sep 09:30 - 17:00

So what is Jelly about?

Jelly Liverpool offers those who work independently or remotely an environment where they can broaden their network whilst continuing with work.

It’s also been described as a pop-up office.

Jelly Liverpool enables you to escape your normal working environment, be that the spare room, rented desk space or usual café and join in what has become the co-working event that enables people to make new contacts in an informal way, whilst still allowing them to work on their deadlines and maintain productivity.

Come & join us in Liverpool for a day of co-working.

Newcomers made very welcome, so if this is your first time at Jelly Liverpool then ask for Lydia, Dan or Neil your hosts.

No matter what you do or what you create, you’re welcome to come to Jelly Liverpool.

Mingle with like-minded creative & digital people. It’s a great way to put faces to those you follow on Twitter and more importantly it’s free…Free wifi, Free desk space, Free coffee.

Bring your own laptop and a friendly disposition. Pop in for an hour or 2 or come work for the full day. New faces made very welcome.

Jelly Liverpool is held at Sensor City on the 3rd Thursday of each month.

26 Sep 08:00 - 12:00

Sensor City is providing the opportunity for companies and entrepreneurs interested in sensor developments to chat these through with an engineering expert in sensor developments.

Professor Joe Spencer from the Department of Electrical Engineering and Electronics will be on hand to answer technical queries around sensors and sensor systems to identify critical technical issues and knowledge gaps, allowing rapid identification of suitable and appropriate expertise within the network and subsequent signposting.

Who should attend?

Businesses and entrepreneurs who have a need to fill a knowledge gap in their organisation, or are interested in the LCR 4.0 programme.

Expected outcome?

Connection to experts who have relevant knowledge and know-how to assist in the development of an appropriate solution.  Free advice will be provided and there is the opportunity to apply for funding which could enable greater support.

When?

Surgery slots are offered on the last Thursday of each month, between 8am and 12 noon. Slots are offered on a first come, first served basis by emailing Rebekah.Martin@liverpool.ac.uk

Where?

Meetings will be held in Sensor City, 31 Russell Street, Liverpool, L3 5LJ

7 Oct Sensor City 10:00 - 16:00

Sensor City is providing the opportunity for companies and entrepreneurs interested in Sensor developments to discuss their interest with an engineering expert in sensor development. A range of expert input is available on a daily basis according to the following schedule.


Monday 14:00 – 16:00

Dr Jeff Cullen

Areas of expertise: Sensor system design; Pollution and environmental monitoring; Geographic Information Systems (GIS); real time monitoring and mapping; Energy performance monitoring; use of microwaves for heating; fuel remediation; assessment of weld quality.

Email J.D.Cullen@ljmu.ac.uk


Wednesday 14:00 – 16:00

Dr Muhammad Ateeq

Areas of expertise: Sensors & instrumentation for manufacturing, material characterisation, healthcare, process control, structural health monitoring; Microwave heating/processing of materials for construction & waste management; 2D/3D modelling and simulations; Real-time monitoring and mapping through Geographic Information systems (GIS), RFIDs; Industrial IOT; Renewable energy technologies; Energy assessment and carbon footprint; CAFM systems.

Email M.Ateeq@ljmu.ac.uk


Thursday 14:00 – 16:00

Dr. Patryk Kot

Areas of expertise: Structural health monitoring; energy from waste; Sensor design and development; 3D modelling and simulations; Real time monitoring; Non-destructive testing; Data automation; Instrument Control

Email P.Kot@ljmu.ac.uk 


Friday 10:00 – 12:00

Badr M. Abdullah

Areas of expertise: Sensors and Instrumentation in the built environment, Non-invasive monitoring technologies for the healthcare, agriculture and food industry, Monitoring of hazardous environments such as TIG/MIG welding, Microwave technologies, Industrial IoT, Structural Health Monitoring.

Email B.M.Abdullah@ljmu.ac.uk


Please email the expert directly whose subject area is of interest to you.

Ensure that you include “Sensor City Surgery Request” in the email subject line in order to secure your session.

8 Oct 17:00 - 18:00

Bartle Read are offering a free drop-in Intellectual property (IP) surgery service to companies who wish to explore the best form of protection for their IP or have IP specific questions.

The 45 minute sessions are held on a monthly basis and will be offered on a first come first served basis.

Interested companies should register their interest in advance at info@bartleread.co.uk

The surgery will be held in Sensor City, 31 Russell Street, Liverpool, L3 5LJ on the second Tuesday of each month.

Bartle Read is a leading Liverpool-based firm of UK and European patent attorneys and patent attorney litigators.  They provide advice on legal protection for innovative technologies, products and processes.  Their attorneys have long experience in the drafting and prosecution of patent and design applications both in the UK and around the World, and the negotiation of technology licensing deals, and in the resolution of disputes relating to intellectual property.

15 Oct 16:30 - 18:30

Adding Value Financial Consultancy are offering a free drop-in service for financial advice to companies who wish to review and improve their financial and business planning or have specific finance questions.

This could cover how to raise funds and investment, pricing strategies, cost control, taxation worries, bookkeeping, payroll and pension issues, cash flow management, and business planning.

45 minute sessions on held on the third Tuesday of each month and will be offered on a first come, first served basis.

Interested companies should contact Matthew Brown, Managing Director, directly in advance to confirm their attendance:

Adding Value are a leading Liverpool-based firm of management consultants with a financial focus. Using their many years of experience as finance directors, they work with companies to improve their financial strength and sustainability. They have added hundreds of thousands of pounds to the profits of their clients over the years.

 

17 Oct 09:30 - 17:00

So what is Jelly about?

Jelly Liverpool offers those who work independently or remotely an environment where they can broaden their network whilst continuing with work.

It’s also been described as a pop-up office.

Jelly Liverpool enables you to escape your normal working environment, be that the spare room, rented desk space or usual café and join in what has become the co-working event that enables people to make new contacts in an informal way, whilst still allowing them to work on their deadlines and maintain productivity.

Come & join us in Liverpool for a day of co-working.

Newcomers made very welcome, so if this is your first time at Jelly Liverpool then ask for Lydia, Dan or Neil your hosts.

No matter what you do or what you create, you’re welcome to come to Jelly Liverpool.

Mingle with like-minded creative & digital people. It’s a great way to put faces to those you follow on Twitter and more importantly it’s free…Free wifi, Free desk space, Free coffee.

Bring your own laptop and a friendly disposition. Pop in for an hour or 2 or come work for the full day. New faces made very welcome.

Jelly Liverpool is held at Sensor City on the 3rd Thursday of each month.

31 Oct 08:00 - 12:00

Sensor City is providing the opportunity for companies and entrepreneurs interested in sensor developments to chat these through with an engineering expert in sensor developments.

Professor Joe Spencer from the Department of Electrical Engineering and Electronics will be on hand to answer technical queries around sensors and sensor systems to identify critical technical issues and knowledge gaps, allowing rapid identification of suitable and appropriate expertise within the network and subsequent signposting.

Who should attend?

Businesses and entrepreneurs who have a need to fill a knowledge gap in their organisation, or are interested in the LCR 4.0 programme.

Expected outcome?

Connection to experts who have relevant knowledge and know-how to assist in the development of an appropriate solution.  Free advice will be provided and there is the opportunity to apply for funding which could enable greater support.

When?

Surgery slots are offered on the last Thursday of each month, between 8am and 12 noon. Slots are offered on a first come, first served basis by emailing Rebekah.Martin@liverpool.ac.uk

Where?

Meetings will be held in Sensor City, 31 Russell Street, Liverpool, L3 5LJ

4 Nov Sensor City 10:00 - 16:00

Sensor City is providing the opportunity for companies and entrepreneurs interested in Sensor developments to discuss their interest with an engineering expert in sensor development. A range of expert input is available on a daily basis according to the following schedule.


Monday 14:00 – 16:00

Dr Jeff Cullen

Areas of expertise: Sensor system design; Pollution and environmental monitoring; Geographic Information Systems (GIS); real time monitoring and mapping; Energy performance monitoring; use of microwaves for heating; fuel remediation; assessment of weld quality.

Email J.D.Cullen@ljmu.ac.uk


Wednesday 14:00 – 16:00

Dr Muhammad Ateeq

Areas of expertise: Sensors & instrumentation for manufacturing, material characterisation, healthcare, process control, structural health monitoring; Microwave heating/processing of materials for construction & waste management; 2D/3D modelling and simulations; Real-time monitoring and mapping through Geographic Information systems (GIS), RFIDs; Industrial IOT; Renewable energy technologies; Energy assessment and carbon footprint; CAFM systems.

Email M.Ateeq@ljmu.ac.uk


Thursday 14:00 – 16:00

Dr. Patryk Kot

Areas of expertise: Structural health monitoring; energy from waste; Sensor design and development; 3D modelling and simulations; Real time monitoring; Non-destructive testing; Data automation; Instrument Control

Email P.Kot@ljmu.ac.uk 


Friday 10:00 – 12:00

Badr M. Abdullah

Areas of expertise: Sensors and Instrumentation in the built environment, Non-invasive monitoring technologies for the healthcare, agriculture and food industry, Monitoring of hazardous environments such as TIG/MIG welding, Microwave technologies, Industrial IoT, Structural Health Monitoring.

Email B.M.Abdullah@ljmu.ac.uk


Please email the expert directly whose subject area is of interest to you.

Ensure that you include “Sensor City Surgery Request” in the email subject line in order to secure your session.

12 Nov 17:00 - 18:00

Bartle Read are offering a free drop-in Intellectual property (IP) surgery service to companies who wish to explore the best form of protection for their IP or have IP specific questions.

The 45 minute sessions are held on a monthly basis and will be offered on a first come first served basis.

Interested companies should register their interest in advance at info@bartleread.co.uk

The surgery will be held in Sensor City, 31 Russell Street, Liverpool, L3 5LJ on the second Tuesday of each month.

Bartle Read is a leading Liverpool-based firm of UK and European patent attorneys and patent attorney litigators.  They provide advice on legal protection for innovative technologies, products and processes.  Their attorneys have long experience in the drafting and prosecution of patent and design applications both in the UK and around the World, and the negotiation of technology licensing deals, and in the resolution of disputes relating to intellectual property.

19 Nov 16:30 - 18:30

Adding Value Financial Consultancy are offering a free drop-in service for financial advice to companies who wish to review and improve their financial and business planning or have specific finance questions.

This could cover how to raise funds and investment, pricing strategies, cost control, taxation worries, bookkeeping, payroll and pension issues, cash flow management, and business planning.

45 minute sessions on held on the third Tuesday of each month and will be offered on a first come, first served basis.

Interested companies should contact Matthew Brown, Managing Director, directly in advance to confirm their attendance:

Adding Value are a leading Liverpool-based firm of management consultants with a financial focus. Using their many years of experience as finance directors, they work with companies to improve their financial strength and sustainability. They have added hundreds of thousands of pounds to the profits of their clients over the years.

 

21 Nov 09:30 - 17:00

So what is Jelly about?

Jelly Liverpool offers those who work independently or remotely an environment where they can broaden their network whilst continuing with work.

It’s also been described as a pop-up office.

Jelly Liverpool enables you to escape your normal working environment, be that the spare room, rented desk space or usual café and join in what has become the co-working event that enables people to make new contacts in an informal way, whilst still allowing them to work on their deadlines and maintain productivity.

Come & join us in Liverpool for a day of co-working.

Newcomers made very welcome, so if this is your first time at Jelly Liverpool then ask for Lydia, Dan or Neil your hosts.

No matter what you do or what you create, you’re welcome to come to Jelly Liverpool.

Mingle with like-minded creative & digital people. It’s a great way to put faces to those you follow on Twitter and more importantly it’s free…Free wifi, Free desk space, Free coffee.

Bring your own laptop and a friendly disposition. Pop in for an hour or 2 or come work for the full day. New faces made very welcome.

Jelly Liverpool is held at Sensor City on the 3rd Thursday of each month.

28 Nov 08:00 - 12:00

Sensor City is providing the opportunity for companies and entrepreneurs interested in sensor developments to chat these through with an engineering expert in sensor developments.

Professor Joe Spencer from the Department of Electrical Engineering and Electronics will be on hand to answer technical queries around sensors and sensor systems to identify critical technical issues and knowledge gaps, allowing rapid identification of suitable and appropriate expertise within the network and subsequent signposting.

Who should attend?

Businesses and entrepreneurs who have a need to fill a knowledge gap in their organisation, or are interested in the LCR 4.0 programme.

Expected outcome?

Connection to experts who have relevant knowledge and know-how to assist in the development of an appropriate solution.  Free advice will be provided and there is the opportunity to apply for funding which could enable greater support.

When?

Surgery slots are offered on the last Thursday of each month, between 8am and 12 noon. Slots are offered on a first come, first served basis by emailing Rebekah.Martin@liverpool.ac.uk

Where?

Meetings will be held in Sensor City, 31 Russell Street, Liverpool, L3 5LJ

2 Dec Sensor City 10:00 - 16:00

Sensor City is providing the opportunity for companies and entrepreneurs interested in Sensor developments to discuss their interest with an engineering expert in sensor development. A range of expert input is available on a daily basis according to the following schedule.


Monday 14:00 – 16:00

Dr Jeff Cullen

Areas of expertise: Sensor system design; Pollution and environmental monitoring; Geographic Information Systems (GIS); real time monitoring and mapping; Energy performance monitoring; use of microwaves for heating; fuel remediation; assessment of weld quality.

Email J.D.Cullen@ljmu.ac.uk


Wednesday 14:00 – 16:00

Dr Muhammad Ateeq

Areas of expertise: Sensors & instrumentation for manufacturing, material characterisation, healthcare, process control, structural health monitoring; Microwave heating/processing of materials for construction & waste management; 2D/3D modelling and simulations; Real-time monitoring and mapping through Geographic Information systems (GIS), RFIDs; Industrial IOT; Renewable energy technologies; Energy assessment and carbon footprint; CAFM systems.

Email M.Ateeq@ljmu.ac.uk


Thursday 14:00 – 16:00

Dr. Patryk Kot

Areas of expertise: Structural health monitoring; energy from waste; Sensor design and development; 3D modelling and simulations; Real time monitoring; Non-destructive testing; Data automation; Instrument Control

Email P.Kot@ljmu.ac.uk 


Friday 10:00 – 12:00

Badr M. Abdullah

Areas of expertise: Sensors and Instrumentation in the built environment, Non-invasive monitoring technologies for the healthcare, agriculture and food industry, Monitoring of hazardous environments such as TIG/MIG welding, Microwave technologies, Industrial IoT, Structural Health Monitoring.

Email B.M.Abdullah@ljmu.ac.uk


Please email the expert directly whose subject area is of interest to you.

Ensure that you include “Sensor City Surgery Request” in the email subject line in order to secure your session.

10 Dec 17:00 - 18:00

Bartle Read are offering a free drop-in Intellectual property (IP) surgery service to companies who wish to explore the best form of protection for their IP or have IP specific questions.

The 45 minute sessions are held on a monthly basis and will be offered on a first come first served basis.

Interested companies should register their interest in advance at info@bartleread.co.uk

The surgery will be held in Sensor City, 31 Russell Street, Liverpool, L3 5LJ on the second Tuesday of each month.

Bartle Read is a leading Liverpool-based firm of UK and European patent attorneys and patent attorney litigators.  They provide advice on legal protection for innovative technologies, products and processes.  Their attorneys have long experience in the drafting and prosecution of patent and design applications both in the UK and around the World, and the negotiation of technology licensing deals, and in the resolution of disputes relating to intellectual property.

17 Dec 16:30 - 18:30

Adding Value Financial Consultancy are offering a free drop-in service for financial advice to companies who wish to review and improve their financial and business planning or have specific finance questions.

This could cover how to raise funds and investment, pricing strategies, cost control, taxation worries, bookkeeping, payroll and pension issues, cash flow management, and business planning.

45 minute sessions on held on the third Tuesday of each month and will be offered on a first come, first served basis.

Interested companies should contact Matthew Brown, Managing Director, directly in advance to confirm their attendance:

Adding Value are a leading Liverpool-based firm of management consultants with a financial focus. Using their many years of experience as finance directors, they work with companies to improve their financial strength and sustainability. They have added hundreds of thousands of pounds to the profits of their clients over the years.

 

19 Dec 09:30 - 17:00

So what is Jelly about?

Jelly Liverpool offers those who work independently or remotely an environment where they can broaden their network whilst continuing with work.

It’s also been described as a pop-up office.

Jelly Liverpool enables you to escape your normal working environment, be that the spare room, rented desk space or usual café and join in what has become the co-working event that enables people to make new contacts in an informal way, whilst still allowing them to work on their deadlines and maintain productivity.

Come & join us in Liverpool for a day of co-working.

Newcomers made very welcome, so if this is your first time at Jelly Liverpool then ask for Lydia, Dan or Neil your hosts.

No matter what you do or what you create, you’re welcome to come to Jelly Liverpool.

Mingle with like-minded creative & digital people. It’s a great way to put faces to those you follow on Twitter and more importantly it’s free…Free wifi, Free desk space, Free coffee.

Bring your own laptop and a friendly disposition. Pop in for an hour or 2 or come work for the full day. New faces made very welcome.

Jelly Liverpool is held at Sensor City on the 3rd Thursday of each month.

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