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Sapere develops sessions to increase software accessibility

25th June 2018

Stockton-based software development company, Sapere, is launching a programme of free, informative seminars designed to make software more accessible to businesses in the North East and beyond. Dubbed ‘Sapere Sessions’, the first event takes place on 5th July and focuses on taking an idea for an app and turning it into a piece of software that can underpin a business.

Sapere is teaming up with Endeavour Partnership for this session and will cover topics including monetising an app, marketing considerations and development timescales. Endeavour Partnership will provide free legal advice on intellectual property and terms and conditions. Martin McKinnell, senior associate and technology associate at Endeavour Partnership, said: “It’s brilliant to work on this project with Sapere. There are many creative minds in the North East that we want to offer a helping hand to; it would be great to see some of their ideas come to life.”

The Sapere Sessions will be rolled out every quarter, with the first being held at the NatWest Accelerator Hub facility in Newcastle. Paul Drake, operations director at Sapere, said: “It’s brilliant to have use of NatWest’s facility and to know that they support the work we are doing. This isn’t the sort of advice that you’ll find online or in a book, and we have over 30 years of bespoke software development experience within our business to pass on to others. “Our intention is to offer ongoing support to attendees, whether they are startups or existing businesses, and we’re looking forward to seeing everyone at our first Sapere Session.”

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