An invitation to get into enterprise at Bath

Taking in a game between business meetings: Richard Godfrey, CEO of Rocketmakers tech company and student enterprise mentor with business plan winner James Courtney

Are you interested in enterprise? Then come along to the Innovation Centre on Thursday 8 October (6pm-7.30pm) to find out about a new year of Enterprise activities at Bath and be inspired by our student success stories.

Enjoy a relaxed evening of networking, drinks and business ch​at with students, graduates, mentors, business partners and alumni.

It's an opportunity to:

• find out how to get involved in Enterprise activities
• discover our upcoming Enterprise program for the year
• hear from students, graduates, businesses and mentors
• learn more about the key Enterprise competitions and prizes
• get involved with Enactus and Banter student groups
• grow your business network

Hear from James Courtney, winner of the Student Business Plan competition 2015 with his plans for a digital discount card for premium fast food outlets. James won a week-long trip to New York and Boston to network with Bath alumni in some of the world’s biggest companies, which he descbribed as "probably the best week of my life". 

Tom Dewhurst, a finalist in the business plan competition, will also talk about how he got funding for his business - Ordable - which cuts waiting times in cafe queues.

Reza Saeedi, a recent graduate, will talk about launching ‘intro’ - a new and simple way to discover exciting companies, browse jobs and develop the skills employers are looking for. 

Please register via Eventbrite.


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