London, United Kingdom (PressExposure) March 11, 2013 -- Practitioners and subject experts in knowledge, creativity, innovation and enterprise will converge in the London, United Kingdom, September 10-13, at the international conference on knowledge, innovation and enterprise.
The conference aims to provide a common, fertile global platform for practitioners and subject experts to cross-fertilise ideas and provide insights into emerging issues and challenges across the four disciplines.
The London conference departs radically from the norm. For the first time, an international conference will provide a common global platform for professionals, practitioners and anyone with interest in the knowledge, creativity, organisation, management and technology innovation, and enterprise, to come together to bounce off ideas from each other and test potential of their ideas.
The location of the conference is London. London is the entrepreneurial heartbeat of the United Kingdom. It is a great global city and a hotbed for knowledge, creativity, innovation and enterprise. The conference venue, Sir Christopher Wren's Old Royal Naval College, is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. It is among the 20 most visited sites in the United Kingdom attracting a million people annually. Across the road from the conference venue are the Royal Maritime Museums and the Royal Observatory Greenwich, the birth place of Greenwich Mean Time (GMT); and down the road on King William Walk is Cutty Sark Clipper Ship, one of the world's most famous ships and a legend of her time.
In his comment, chairman of the conference, Dr James Ogunleye, Executive Director of the Adam Smith Centre for Research into Innovation and Enterprise, London, said: "Few international conferences I have attended offer delegates such an unprecedented opportunity to visit historical sites - all within a shouting distance from the conference venue."
"I sincerely believe that your contribution at the conference will help our global economies to strengthen the links in the knowledge, creativity, innovation and enterprise chain," he added.