Standard Bank recently launched a new incubator in The City of Tshwane, the Hatfield Hub. This new space hosts activities, programmes and events for entrepreneurs, students and youth. Inquisition has partnered with Standard Bank to design and facilitate workshops, which we call Sparks, that are centered around creativity in the context of entrepreneurship. Our Sparks for the Standard Bank programme aim to improve the chance new business owners have of succeeding by enhancing their capabilities.
In this week's Standard Bank Hatfield Hub Event the team from Inquisition will show you reveal how your creativity can be unleashed and put to practice so that your company's capacity to innovate can be readily applied to challenges.
The themes covered in the Standard Bank Hatfield Hub Spark on Creativity for Innovation are:
- Framework to unleash creativity
- Increased capacity to innovate
- Creativity as a business differentiator.
Overview of the speaker
Charlotte Ziob is a German/American Interaction Designer who's passionate about increasing accessibility in products and services while embodying critical and thoughtful design practices.
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Venue: Standard Bank Hatfield Hub (Inside the Hatfield branch) 440 Hilda Street, Pretoria.
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Inquisition's Sparks typically last 90 minutes, are highly practical and are explicitly designed to embed new ways of thinking and working. We find that 90 minutes is usually all you need to spark curiosity and kick-start collaborative learning.
If your team could benefit from one of our Sparks workshopped at Standard Bank Hatfield Hub's November/December Programme, some of many productive alternatives to traditional team building we offer, DROP US A MAIL - firstname.lastname@example.org