YEN Networking At The Brew Haus, Bradford | March 30th 2017

View More: Events | 0

YEN (Yorkshire Enterprise Network) will be returning to Bradford's Brew Haus for another evening of networking, for its 2nd business event of March 2017. This free networking event will take place on Thursday 30th March, and registration starts from 18:00pm.

Register your attendance on the form below.


Thursday 30th March 2017


18:00pm - 21:00pm


The Brew Haus
Great Horton Road, Bradford, BD7 1AJ

Event Speakers

Sheraz Malik

• Director of the Yorkshire Enterprise Network
Topic: Evening Introductions

Paul Gourlay

• The Brew Haus, Bradford
Topic: Tokyo Industries and Bradford's West End

Paul Gourlay, head of Special Operations for venue owners Tokyo Industries, will outline their latest innovative plans for Bradford’s West End. He will announce an exciting refurbishment scheme lined up for the Sir Titus Salt bar and the range of new events and activities being organised to boost the whole of the former Windsor Baths complex alongside the Alhambra Theatre.

Ian Sharp

• CEO of the Digital Health Enterprise Zone
• Business, Innovation & Growth Panel Member for Leeds City Region
• Head of Digital Catapult Centre Yorkshire
Topic: Digital Health and CyberSecurity

Ian Sharp is CEO of the Digital Health Enterprise Zone in Bradford, a partnership between the public and private sector to create a community of businesses, academics and health professionals with a focus on digital health. Ian is keen to reach out to SMEs and entrepreneurs working in digital technologies who want to develop products that can help meet the challenges of the health and care sector. An experienced electronics engineer, Ian was President EMEA/APAC of Pace, the world's largest set top box company, before leaving to start up his own company Khemeia Consulting.

Ian is also the Head of Digital Catapult Centre Yorkshire, a body including the 5 West Yorkshire Universities of Bradford, Leeds (University of Leeds and Leeds Beckett), Huddersfield and York as well as the Open Data Institute, Advanced Digital Innovation and the National Digital Health and Care Alliance (DHACA).

He also sits on the Leeds City Region LEPs 'Business, Innovation & Growth Panel' which is responsible for setting the region's Innovation Strategy and helping to define the support that businesses need to grow.

Leave a Reply