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Global Entrepreneurship Week will take place from 16th November to 22md November 2015, and is the world’s largest campaign to promote entrepreneurship.
Interested in enterprise and/or self employment? Then come along to this workshop! Please sign up for this event. Graduates can sign up by emailing r.o.doyle@leeds.ac.uk to book a place. Location: Careers LG02 For further information please see: http://careerweb.leeds.ac.uk/spark  
Interested in enterprise and/or self employment? Then come along to this workshop! Please sign up for this event. Graduates can sign up by emailing r.o.doyle@leeds.ac.uk to book a place.
Interested in enterprise and/or self employment? Then come along to this workshop! Please sign up for this event. Graduates can sign up by emailing r.o.doyle@leeds.ac.uk to book a place.
At 6pm on Tuesday 27th October in the Western Lecture Theatre, Professor Nigel Lockett, of the Centre for Enterprise and Entrepreneurship Studies, will chair a panel discussion with four entrepreneurs to consider: When is a good idea a business opportunity?
Interested in enterprise and/or self employment? Then come along to this workshop. Please sign up for this event. Graduates can sign up by emailing r.o.doyle@leeds.ac.uk to book a place.
Interested in enterprise and/or self employment? Then come along to this workshop. Please sign up for this event. Graduates can sign up by emailing r.o.doyle@leeds.ac.uk to book a place
This FREE one day conference aims to help anyone with or working at, an open source business, along with those who may be thinking of starting an open source business. There will be presentations that provide insights into first-hand experiences at companies ranging from micro to global in scale, together with talks that look at the economics and legal considerations, exploring open source business models and contracts.
Britain’s leading designers share advice on how to establish your niche and stand out in the market to turn your design business into an iconic brand.
Governments in developed economies are trying to support the creation of much needed jobs and are rightly turning to small businesses as the engines for growth. Leeds University Business School supports high growth businesses in several ways. Professor Nigel Lockett will share some of his insights from delivering the Goldman Sachs 10,000 Small Businesses programme and talk about Business Models.