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Social Incubator East’s Social Venture Weekend

When Nov 06, 2015 04:30 PM to
Nov 08, 2015 05:30 PM
Where Cambridge Judge Business School
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Bookings are now open for the next Social Venture Weekend at Cambridge Judge Business School. The weekend will run from 4.30pm Friday 6th November to 5.30pm Sunday 8th November.
 
The Social Venture Weekend offers two and a half days of intensive world class training for people with an ambition to set up or grow a business dedicated to making positive social impact. The training, provided by Cambridge Judge Business School will help you refine your idea and develop your business plan and pitch. You’ll also have the opportunity to share and test your ideas with other social entrepreneurs, learn from the experiences of successful entrepreneurs and pitch your idea to a panel of experienced advisors, investors and entrepreneurs.
 
Thanks to Cabinet Office funding, we are able to offer the weekend for a fee of only £50, and if you want to bring a co-founder or partner with you it will be a further £25. Visit www.socialincubatoreast.org.uk to find out more.

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