Do you want to develop your entrepreneurial skills? Hear from our inspiring students and industry experts? Take a look at the upcoming events happening during Global Entrepreneurship Week at Kent Business School.
Global Entrepreneurship Week is a collection of events, activities and competitions hosted globally each November. They aim to inspire millions to explore their potential as an entrepreneur while fostering connections and increasing collaboration within their ecosystems.
November | Micro-Tyco Month
Given just £1, how much money can your team make in just four weeks to help fund micro-loans for people starting businesses in the poorest parts of the world?
Join fellow students to develop your entrepreneurial skills in the WildHearts Micro-Tyco challenge. Part of our Global Entrepreneurship Week celebrations.
Wednesday 18 November 2020 | Global Entrepreneurship Week: Young Entrepreneurs Panel Discussion
Join three young entrepreneurs to hear how they started their businesses, what drives them and their tips for start-up success.
Our panel is:
- Nadia Simpson – Accounting and Finance final year student and founder the Nadia Esi Labs beauty brand.
- Nathaniel Usherwood – MSc Computing and Entrepreneurship graduate, a serial entrepreneur running design and development company, Marzo Studio.
- Sam Darby – Computing and Business Administration graduate and co-founder of Growth, a company helping small businesses generate customer leads.
Wednesday 25 November 2020 | Masterclass workshop ‘How to Be Ready For Anything In Business’
Join Julie Flower, founder of Specialist Generalist, for a fun interactive masterclass workshop exploring how we can use improvisation and drama techniques to prepare for various challenges in business.
The workshop will be a very active and participatory workshop, with a mixture of whole group and small group exercises and discussion
For more information email ASPIRE@kent.ac.uk