As we all know the job market is tough. Relentless pressure on costs and headcount mean that opportunities for young people to gain experience are shrinking as are the total stocks of available jobs in existing, established firms. Increasingly self-employment and entrepreneurship are becoming mainstream career paths through necessity as well as choice. Attend this Entrepreneurs and Education Challenge Workshop to develop an entrepreneurial skill set which will increase your employability as well as your likelihood of business success. Learn how to make the most of this skillset by learning how to identify when an idea has the potential to be a profitable business.
On Monday 18th November, taking place in The Great Hall will be two two hour Challenge Workshops:
10am to 12pm and 2pm to 4pm
Want to know if your brilliant idea really is a brilliantly profitable idea? Curious to know how to sell yourself better and get that dream job? Intrigued to know how your University could benefit from being more enterprising? Come along to an Entrepreneurs and Education Challenge Workshop and get all these questions answered.
Please register your FREE place at
- Challenge Workshop AM (10am to 12pm): http://www.schoolforstartups.co.uk/eep/university-of-leeds-2/
- Challenge Workshop PM (2pm to 4pm): http://www.schoolforstartups.co.uk/eep/university-of-leeds/
Both workshops will be hosted by Doug Richard (former Dragon’s Den Dragon!), an England-based Californian entrepreneur and specialist in technology transfer, commercialisation, and business incubation.
For more details about Entrepreneurs and Education Programme (EEP), please visit: http://www.schoolforstartups.co.uk/eep/