Ingenuity19 provided an opportunity for disruptors, entrepreneurs and community innovators to come together to explore key challenges facing society.
There were three stages to the programme - Inspire, Develop and Compete.
Inspire - included a Future Communities Summit and a Future Technology Summit.
Develop - a six week skills programme where participants were supported to turn their ideas into a costed business plan.
Compete - from a shortlist of 41 business ideas, the programme culminated in £150,000 being awarded to 18 new enterprises.
Tabitha Wacera (left) from Sustainable Water receiving the Vice-Chancellor's Impact Scholarship from Professor Shearer West.
Ingenuity19 was the first year that the programme was open to the public, with entries from across the city of Nottingham. Partners included leading UK Universities, corporate partners including Experian, as well as public and third sector organisations.
A final celebratory Awards Dinner in central Nottingham offered a vision of what could be achieved, impact felt and a model for future innovation.