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Enterprise Tuesday 2009/10 - Increasing the Odds
If you have a question about this talk, please contact enterprisetuesday.
This is a dedicated networking event at Cambridge Judge Business School designed to provide attendees with the opportunity to meet and talk to as many of the seasoned entrepreneurs and experts present as possible within the available timeframe. There will be a focus on how people can maximise their chances of business success. The entrepreneurs will advise on how you increase the odds to succeed, especially when resources are scarce and you have only your vision and determination. In other words, it is about top tips for business on minimal resources.
For further information and to register, please visit the CfEL web site at www.cfel.jbs.cam.ac.uk
Plus, we are offering a reward to Enterprise Tuesday delegates who have attended at least 8 of the sessions during the 2009/10. A number of dedicated, entrepreneurial individuals will get the chance to participate in a special workshop being run in conjunction with Business Link East. The two day residential workshop has been created for a maximum of 12 delegates led by two expert facilitators and will take place on 17th and 18th March in Hatfield, Hertfordshire. All candidates will be assessed for suitability via a selection process. The cost of attendance per person is £50 which includes accommodation and food. Anyone interested in attending should apply initially via the CfEL team at email@example.com
Enterprise Tuesday is run in conjunction with the Cambridge University Entrepreneurs (CUE), the Cambridge University Technology and Enterprise Club (CUTEC) and Cambridge Enterprise Ltd. The 2009/10 series is being sponsored by Business Link East. It is also supported by Laurea University, Mintz Levin and the Chartered Institute of Marketing.
This talk is part of the Enterprise Tuesday 2009/2010 series.
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