Kirklees Fusion, October 2014

Kirklees Fusion took place in October 2014 and was a day of case studies, structured workshops and networking. The day brought together a range of businesses, not-for-profit groups and funding organisations to make business connections, promote themselves, share good practice and explore how they could tap into local opportunities and resources.

A number of organisations gave presentations about some of the partnerships they have made, what their future plans are and how they use their work in a variety of sectors to deliver services.

If you missed the event or would like another opportunity to see the speakers' presentations you can view them below:

Mike McCusker: Fresh Horizons

Lesley Steel and Paul Lewis: Communities United Project

Chloe Whitehead: Proper Job Theatre

Alasdair Brown: KAL (Kirklees Active Leisure)

Emma Mills: Landscape Architect Manager, Parks & Landscapes at Kirklees Council

Danny Lane: Music and the Deaf

Tom Taylor: Northorpe Hall and Third Sector Leaders Kirklees

Becky Black: The Yorkshire Mafia

Kirklees Creative Summit, January 2014

Kirklees Creative Summit 2014 was an afternoon of debate, discussion and ideas, exploring how creative thinking and innovation finds solutions to regeneration, community development and economic growth.

It hosted an audience of up to 120 delegates made up of creative sector SME's, micro businesses and some of the larger creative organisations based in Kirklees.

These were the key speakers:

The event was opened by Professor Liz Towns-Andrews