Virtual Enterprise Conference

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Virtual Enterprise Conference is about sharing with you a number stories, of virtual business so that you can learn from these experiences and apply them to starting your own business. The speakers are especially selected to provide diverse experiences from around the globe.

Day one of the event will be held at The Birmingham Science Park, Aston, which is close to major transport links and accommodation. The event will also be live-streamed via the Virtual Enterprise website (www.virtualent.co.uk) where we will create an interactive experience using blogs, video and twitter to involve people globally in the event.

This day can be streamed through lecture rooms on campus to allow students to gather together and watch the conference.

Day two will be held exclusively online via a webinar platform to involve the maximum number of participants possible; this will also be accessible via the website and will feature speakers from the world who would not otherwise be able to attend. Essentially, students will be able to sit at home comfortably while partaking in an activity they wouldn’t otherwise be able to access very easily.

This format and the conference’s wide variety of businesses make this event a unique experience that will benefit any student who takes part.

What to expect…
Nick Holzherr from last year’s BBC Apprentice talk about his new venture Frisk Matt Freckelton collects social media information produced by politicians across the UK Jude Ower from Playmob who created a platform to apply some magic into games Rich Martell is the 23-year-old CEO and Co-Founder of London based media agency Floxx.
Neil Cocker from DizzyJam, which allows independent UK bands to create merchandise for themselves and sell it to their fans.
Russell Hall is one of three black cab drivers who founded Halio cab app David Bozward from dojit games, developing games for casual and kids around the world

Who’s it for?

  • Anyone with an interest in selling their products online
  • Digital and online enterprise and entrepreneurship
  • Students who are looking to freelance or start a business

Where’s it happening?
Birmingham Science Park, Faraday Wharf, Holt Street, Birmingham, B7 4BB, England, UK and online at http://virtualent.co.uk

How much does it cost?
It’s FREE!, Just bring your enthusiasm

Website, tickets and more information available at: http://virtualent.co.uk/