Friday, March 18th, 2011 - Alchemy Equities
Free Seminar for Businesses: Capturing Innovation In the Workplace

Do you have great ideas for your business but no idea how to put them into action?

Do you feel like you have unexplored potential in your business that could be capitalised upon?

In order to remain competitive and survive in today’s world, businesses must know how to generate new ideas and explore new markets. Gone are the days when a business could do what it has always done before. Businesses need to be able to launch new ideas and new products in order to thrive.

Research indicates that most new ideas in business come from three sources: the staff, company networks and customers.

Yet as all business owners know, amongst the busy day-to-day operations, ideas get lost, customer feedback is inconsistently managed and not all the best ideas from staff are explored. Management does not always know how to assess which ideas they should invest in to be commercialised.

A seminar and workshop will be presented in Wagga Wagga later this month that will outline ways to cost-effectively harness, assess and commercialise ideas within your business.

Called Capturing Innovation in the Workplace, the seminar and workshop is presented by Alchemy Equities and supported by the Australian Government through Enterprise Connect.

Dan Liszka, presenter and Managing Director of Alchemy Equities says, “the seminar and workshop will provide companies with a way to manage the pipeline of good ideas that come from its staff, customers and business networks. We will use case studies covering common mistakes, and will focus on practical ways a company can build its innovation pipeline and potential.”

Alchemy Equities, is a corporate advisory firm that has specialist expertise in the delivery of in-house innovation commercialisation services for large and small to medium enterprises as well as equity capital raising.

The seminar will be a general introduction and will be held on Thursday March 24 from 2-4pm at the Country Comfort Wagga Wagga. The workshop is a more intensive session to be held on Friday 25th from 10am to 4pm at the same venue.
Events are free to participants who meet the criteria. To RSVP call 1300 308 882 or email: [email protected] To register directly go to: http://www.eventbrite.com/org/895036705

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Presenter’s information:
The Presenter: Dan Liszka
Since inception in 2005, Alchemy has consulted on over 184 commercialisation contracts, 26 of those involving capital-raising across a broad range of industries. Dan Liszka will present Capturing Innovation in the Workplace.
As CEO and majority shareholder of Alchemy, Dan has a science background and significant business experience with innovative enterprises. Alchemy is currently contracted by the NSW government to deliver the NSW Innovation Advisory Service. See alchemyequities.com.au and www.ausinvent.com/

Co- Presenter: Kate Ingham,
Senior Client Manager, Alchemy Equities will co-present

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Alchemy Equities


Alchemy has consulted on over 184 commercialisation contracts, 26 of those involving capital-raising across a broad range of industries. Alchemy is currently contracted by the NSW government to deliver the NSW Innovation Advisory Service. See alchemyequities.com.au and www.ausinvent.com.
Kate Ingham
P: 02 9994 8976
M: 0414 321 641
W: www.alchemyequities.com.au/

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