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Learning from Success and Failure: What it really takes to be a successful entrepreneur

Seminar & panel discussion organised by Churchill Enterprise, followed by drinks and networking.
When Jan 30, 2017
from 05:30 PM to 07:30 PM
Where Churchill College
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What does it take to be a successful entrepreneur? How can you develop your entrepreneurial skills, and access the best support and mentoring? As Bill Gates said, 'Success is a lousy teacher' - so how do you learn from failure?

This free event is open to all, and will allow you to hear first hand from serial entrepreneurs, with a Churchill connection, and network with a community of entrepreneurs and investors within and beyond the Cambridge high tech cluster.

Keynote speaker: Steve Ives, Founder and President of Taptu Ltd.

Speakers:

Simon Jones, Entrepreneur and founder of his own executive coaching and training businesses

Paul Higgins, Founder & ChiefTechnology Officer of Crowd Valley

David Holden-White, Co-founder of Biotechspert

Brian Moyo, Founder and Managing Director of MSM Healthcare.

Find out more and register your place.

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