Inspiring Entrepreneurs: Question Time for Entrepreneurs 2011
As the centre-piece of this years’ Global Entrepreneurship Week, this special evening provides a rare opportunity to question some of Britain’s top entrepreneurs on the key opportunities and issues to be faced when launching and growing a business in the current economic climate.
On the agenda:
• Are entrepreneurs born or made?
• How to get more for less
• How to manage growth
• How to generate extra sales fast – without spending a fortune on marketing
• New opportunities created by social media
• Crucial financial skills such as managing your cash-flow; budgeting; cost-cutting and maximising the resources needed to survive and thrive in a difficult economic climate.
We'll be tweeting live throughout the event, using hashtag #BLGEW
Photos: Emma Bridgewater, Tim Campbell and Lara Morgan
Emma Bridgewater, Chairman and Founder of Emma Bridgewater Ltd
Vernon W. Hill II, Co-founder and Vice Chairman of Metro Bank
Lara Morgan, Founder of Pacific Direct Group Ltd and Company Shortcuts Ltd
Tim Campbell, Founder of the Bright Ideas Trust
The event will be moderated by Jonathan Moules, enterprise correspondent at The Financial Times
If you're unable to attend, join our live webcast at 18.30pm and put your questions to our speakers here:
This event will be webcast live with the kind support of the Rangoonwala Foundation.
Who should attend? Entrepreneurs and small businesses
Place: British Library Conference Centre
Cost: £10 (£7.50 conc)
How to Book: To book, contact our Box Office on tel: 01937 546546 or book your tickets online
There are no upcoming dates for this event.
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