BathSPARK social: Digital futurology and free beer! (+ One year of DBAH!)

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The Digital Innovation Business Acceleration Hub - a business support programme funded through the ERDF and partnered with the University of Bath and SETsquared, to support startups and SMEs in the region, are holding an event to celebrate the success of the hub over the last year.

The event is co-hosted as a BathSPARK event with TechSPARK, the information hub for all things tech in Bristol, Bath and the West of England region.

An informal chance to network and hear from three innovative early stage tech start up companies about their business journey to date and how the support they've received through the hub has helped them grow. If you're an early stage startup this is the perfect opportunity to share knowledge with like minded people.

Agenda in brief:
5.30pm - Guests arrive
6.15pm - Intro from Garry Pratt, Digital Innovation Business Acceleration Hub and case study video presentation from NutriDART.
6.20pm - First panelist talk from early stage tech start up Tim Hegarty of Evershare and his DBAH business mentor Jake Ronay from Growth & Investment Specialist, Plerith.
6.35pm - Second panelist talk from early stage tech start up Jack Farmer from LettUs Grow and his DBAH business mentor Mark Thurstain Goodwin from Data Science Consultancy, Geofutures.
6.45pm - Q&A session
7pm - Networking
8pm - Close

About the companies:
NutriDART has been developed to support clinical research with the collection and management of dietary intakes and patient reported outcomes. https://nutridart.co.uk/

Evershare are a new concept where fans can buy a share of an artists's future royalties. https://www.evershare.io/

Lettus Grow design aeroponic irrigation and control technology for indoor and vertical farms. https://www.lettusgrow.com/

Sign up to network over drinks and nibbles and to learn more about how the Digital Innovation Business Acceleration Hub could help support your start up business through mentoring, workshops and research collaboration through the University of Bath.

More information: https://www.dbah.org/