The future of entrepreneurship: skills for a lifetime @ Cambridge Judge Business School, Cambridge [18 January]

The future of entrepreneurship: skills for a lifetime


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18
January
18:00 - 21:00

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Cambridge Judge Business School
CB2 1 Cambridge, Cambridgeshire
Entrepreneurship (and, when working for someone else’s organisation, “being entrepreneurial”) are now skills and a mindset for a lifetime. Learn how getting away from the “one idea = one company I’m going to found” approach and developing the skills to become a more effective entrepreneur can open the door to a rewarding career and autonomous way of life.

Dr Chris Coleridge, Director of the Cambridge Judge Launchpad, will explain how the entrepreneurship world is developing, and show how the Launchpad community and network supports entrepreneurs both while they are studying our 11-month part-time Diploma or our two-year part-time Masters and once they are alumni.

Learn how skills in strategy, marketing, validating and testing ideas, managing in an entrepreneurial context, pitching and finance are accompanied by mentoring and the support of an astonishing diversity of entrepreneurial peers.

Refreshment will be provided

Please make sure you register to the event! insight.jbs.cam.ac.uk/events/launchpad-future-of-entrepreneurship/
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