North Lancashire (UK)

Webinar: Innovation in AgTech: Lateral Transfer from the Chemical Industry

Webinar: Innovation in AgTech: Lateral Transfer from the Chemical Industry
  • Date From 30th March 2022
  • Date To 30th March 2022
  • Price Free of charge, open to all.
  • Location Online: 18:15 BST. Duration: 1 hour.


Agricultural entrepreneur and engineer Adam Dixon shares his experience in tech start-ups and multi-disciplinary engineering, as well as his perspective of the UK tech space and new opportunities for the engineering and science sectors. Whether you are thinking about starting a disruptive tech startup yourself, or looking for exciting new growth opportunities for your company or institution, this presentation shed’s light on and demystifies innovation to help you make your first move.


Adam Dixon, Inventor and Innovation Consultant

Adam is a United Nation’s Young Champion of the Earth, and former co-founder of Phytoponics, an agricultural startup. Adam started out as a mechanical engineer working in the chemical industry at Syngenta, Huddersfield, before focusing on user centric design and launching his startup, Phytoponics. Having received multiple awards from the United Nations, American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME), the IET, and raised over £1m in investment, Adam is now an inventor and innovation consultant, advising companies and institutions about growth through innovation.


18:15–19:15 BST.


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