On Wednesday 16 June, three leading academics at Kent Business School will take the floor to explore how innovations in business science are driving increased productivity in our first virtual business soundbites session.
Dr Catherine Robinson will give an up-to- date overview and insights into the regional economic landscape looking at the productivity puzzle and the impacts for business of skills mismatch.
Professor Jesse O’Hanley will explain Digital Twins: How analytics, simulation and modelling helps business to make better decisions with three regional examples of impact.
Dr Virginia Spiegler will talk on how re-manufacturing and the circular economy focusing on re-using resources and managing product life cycle to minimise waste and create value for business.
There will be the opportunity to ask questions and find out more about accessing the academic talent at Kent Business School to enhance your business.
The Business Soundbites session Digital Twins and the Circular Economy is to take place on Wednesday 16 June at 12noon via Zoom. To register click here.