Event: Develop and Grow your business with the Royal Society of Chemistry

Do you want to enhance your reputation, develop your staff, accelerate your innovation and grow your business? Discover how The Royal Society of Chemistry can actively help you and your business at this free breakfast event.

Meet our team and learn about how we can support your professional development and the value of working towards chartership and accreditation. Find out also how we provide tailored support to SMEs, funding, and innovation initiatives.

Date and time
27 June
8.30am to 11am
Thames Room
Milton Park Innovation Centre
99 Park Drive
Milton Park
OX14 4RY
STEMM Commercial

The event will be delivered in partnership with Royal Society of Chemistry Approved Training provider, STEMM Commercial, who are offering a taster session on developing industry partnerships.This free session will highlight the four key areas of partnership and examine how to grow them. It starts at 10am and lasts 45 minutes and is free to all attendees. 

Who should attend?

Anyone who is interested in their professional development, becoming chartered, looking for more support from the Royal Society of Chemistry for themselves and their business


8.30am – Arrival, refreshments & networking

9 – 9.40am, talks from:
  • Dr Jonelle Harvey, Professional Standards Specialist (Accreditation and Careers), Royal Society of Chemistry
  • Nazma Rahman, Industry Engagement Manager (South), Royal Society of Chemistry
  • STEMM Commercial
  • Matthew Selby, Principal Scientist, Medicinal Chemistry, UCB
  • Dr Alexander Reip, CEO, Oxford nanoSystems

9.40 – 10am – Networking
10 – 10.45am – Free taster session: Developing industry partnerships, STEMM Commercial
11am – Close

How to get there
There is an overflow carpark a short 5 minute walk, see file upload with 200 spaces. Please note parking at the entrance is limited on a first come first served basis (non-reservable). Please allow an extra 5 minutes for parking.

For more information on the event and to book, click here.