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CUE: Environmental and Social Goals in Entrepreneurship

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Doors open at 18.30. Main talks from 19.00. Drinks, nibbles and networking after main session

How to build an organisation that balances impact as well as budgets; and establish a reputation that money can’t buy

In a day and age where reputations are increasingly starting to matter, we at CUE see it as simply good business sense to think of the impact of your organisation on society. On 26 November, we invite you to a workshop where pioneers of social enterprise and clean technology discuss how build an organisation that is environmentally, socially and financially sustainable.

Areas covered will include determining the appropriate organisational structure for your goals, building a brand and reputation around your commitment to responsible entrepreneurship, and finding an initial niche for clean technologies, while working towards entry into mass market in an evolving social and legal landscape.


18.30 – 19.00: Registration

19.00 – 19.05: Welcome – Jan-Willem van de Meent, CUE

19.05 – 19.30: Nicky Dee – Sustainability Consultant, Founder of LEAP Local

19.30 – 19.55: Dominic Vergine – Chief Executive Officer, Aptivate

19:55 – 20.20: Tamás Bertényi – R&D Director, Quiet Revolution

20.20 – 21.30: Drinks and Networking

Anyone is welcome to attend the event but in order to manage numbers, please register at:

Please note the updated format of this workshop, which was extended to cover social enterprise as well as clean technology in response to the great interest in social projects as evident from entries in the £100 Challenge this year.

This talk is part of the Cambridge University Entrepreneurs (CUE) series.

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