Entrepreneurship Workshop for Students

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Date 02/12/2023 at 13.00 - 02/12/2023 at 15.00 Where Gatsby Room (Chancellor's Centre)
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An interactive session during which students can gain insight into the sphere of entrepreneurship.

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Overview

Have you thought you might like to “start a business” but are not sure how to go about it?  Dr Chris Coleridge, Associate Professor of Entrepreneurship at the Cambridge Judge Business School (CJBS), will take you through a whirlwind tour of what to do (and not to do.). By the end of the session you should have a much firmer grasp on what order to do things in, what moves the needle on your progress and what will make you more likely to succeed in the medium term.

 

Facilitator

Professor Chris Coleridge is Management Practice Associate Professor at CJBS and Fellow of Wolfson College where he chairs the Entrepreneurship Hub. His research interests include collaborative innovation, top management teams in ventures, networks and innovation ecosystems. He was an entrepreneur in the 1990s, before becoming an academic in entrepreneurship and strategy after exiting his business, and enjoys engaging with the ‘practical’ side of entrepreneurship alongside his work at CJBS and Wolfson College.

 

Details

This event is free to attend and will take place from 13.00 - 15.00 in the Gatsby Room - book your place.

 

Access

This event will take place in Gatsby Room on the first floor of the Chancellor's Centre. It has step-free access with a lift and there is an accessible toilet located each floor of the building.

For more details please view our AccessAble guide.

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