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Sustainable Entrepreneurship

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These Young Minds presents an event centred on Sustainable Entrepreneurship held on the 28th of October at the University of Cambridge’s Faculty of Law, LG17 . This event will involve developing competences in the use of innovative ways to harness opportunities that solve societal challenges while considering the short, medium and long term impact on all stakeholders.

This free event will provide delegates with an opportunity to learn how to build social values without compromising business values. Issues such as the need for transformation (commercial, social and environmental), becoming catalysts for change, and aligning environmental societal and organisational incentives would be discussed.

The event will also provide a platform to discuss and interact with individuals from highly recognised organisations and businesses who are renowned for practising different elements of sustainable entrepreneurship. Cathy Taylor, Senior Partner (Ernst and Young); Simon , Managing Director (2degrees); Dr. David Cleevely, founding Director (University of Cambridge Centre for Science and Policy); Stine Jensen, Senior Sustainability Consultant, (Radley Yedlar); Dr. Beatrix Schlarb-Ridley, Business Innovation Manager, (InCrops Enterprise Hub, University of Cambridge and UEA ); and Dr. Nicola J. Dee (Institute for Manufacturing, University of Cambridge) would be speaking at the event. Please register for event at

These Young Minds is a service based social enterprise that provides an inclusive platform for stakeholders to learn about corporate responsibility issues through research, seminars and conferences.They create awareness of the research and conference deliberations among young people through links with various youth organisations.

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