[T]he next meeting of Carlisle Ambassadors is on Thursday 29th September, and takes place at Eden Golf Club. The theme is “Innovation”, and includes showcases from a wide range of local, national and international companies.
We are delighted that Cumbria Police will demonstrate their drones, which they use to provide initial response in various scenarios to maximize safety of staff and public. Amongst other displays, there will also be a robotic spider, 3-D printers, Second Sight wearable technology, the i8 and i3 from BMW, innovative tyres from Pirelli, and examples of the new polymer bank notes from Innovia Security.
We are delighted that Tony DiGravio of Pirelli will be speaking about the innovative Pirelli Noise Cancelling System (PNCS). Adrian Davis-Johnston of Innovus (which has supported several of the companies present at the meeting), will introduce Oliver Viney of Penrith based Atlantic Geomatics, who will talk about their journey to success. We also have Luke Jackson of the award winning “Bruce and Luke’s” joining us on stage, so watch out for the selfie stick and that inimitable grin.
Carlisle Ambassadors has established itself as a collaborative network of businesses, organisations and individuals who work to make a difference to the city, through the increasingly popular “Give a Day” event, greater business collaboration within the county, and the bigger collective goal of raising the profile of Carlisle to make it a city of lifestyle choice.
Michelle Masters, joint manager of Carlisle Ambassadors, said: “We are excited about having such a range of innovative products and services to show at this next event. There are over 170 people booked in, and we are looking forward to another lively, positive meeting in the fantastic setting of Eden Golf Club. There are a handful of free places left, but they are going fast so we urge people to book in soon before registration closes.”