Like Minds, Bristol Innovation & Ideas Festival 2016 Review & Video Links

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We welcomed over 150 leading Investors, Entrepreneurs and SME’s come together to listen to 40 speakers across September 8th and 9th in Bristol. We discussed the most innovative thinking and doing happening in business today, helping unlock the potential of UK business and leading us into to a vibrant economy for the future.

Hosted by Oli Barrett MBE the keynote videos for our two day festival are available to view here. Plus the gallery of photos taken by Paul Clarke are available to view here.

We’re now planning our schedule for next year when we’ll be bring our “Innovation & Ideas Festival” to six cities across the UK. If you’d like to nominate your city to be considered please Tweet us here telling us why you’d like to see us there!

Like Minds is an intellectual playground where thinkers, strategists, agents provocateurs, innovators, challengers and mavericks can open up, share ideas and be inspired in a warm, welcoming and world-wide environment. If you haven’t been, go. You’ll see the future there; most likely, yours.

Robert Bean – The Robert Bean Branding Company

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About the author

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Founded Like Minds in 2009. Andrew is a serial entrepreneur and angel investor. He founded design agency Icon in 1983 (sold to AGI Media) and Eyetoeye, one of the first digital agencies in the UK, in 1994. He advises start-ups and digital agencies on business development and is an Evaluated Consultant for Finpro, the export arm of the Embassy of Finland. He was elected a Fellow of The Royal Society of Arts in 2000.