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IC3 Industry Consultation Workshop

Northumbria University

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Book NowIC3 Industry Consultation Workshop - 11th April 2019

Northumbria University has been commissioned by the North East Local Enterprise Partnership to develop a business case for a Newcastle-based International Centre for Connected Construction (IC3). IC3 will be a vehicle for the North East to build on its existing digital construction expertise, grow the sector and become a globally renowned leader in the field. It provides significant opportunities for the region to address Industrial Strategy challenges including increasing the productivity of the construction sector.

This workshop will bring together sector leaders from across the North Eat to help shape a vision for IC3 that will attract large-scale investment. Facilitated by Dynamo North East, the session will explore current challenges and strengths of the sector in the region, the national and international audience of IC3 and services tools and resources that it should offer.

If you are unable to make this session, a second workshop will take place on 29th April 2019. You can sign up for this here.

Registration:

To register on the workshop please complete the form below. 

Event Details

Northumbria University
City Campus
Newcastle upon Tyne
NE1 8ST


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