Calling all young entrepreneurs – take part in Westminster Enterprise Week
According to research, more than half of young people in the UK aged 16 to 24 wish to start their own business. In Westminster, this year’s Enterprise Week 2016 aims to reach out to even more students across the borough than it did last year. Between 14 and 18 November, schools and colleges are invited to participate in an inspiring programme designed to promote enterprise in the heart of London. So if you’re a budding entrepreneur and under 24, click here to get more info about events you can attend that could well help change the course of your working life.
Among the WEW 2016 highlights will be talks from successful entrepreneurs (including Tim Campbell and Margaret Mountford, from the BBC's The Apprentice series), tours of Westminster’s enterprise spaces, speakers from UN Women, competitions, workshops and much, much more.
To start the week, Westminster City Council is holding a networking lunch event on Monday, 14 November from 1pm to 2.30pm at Westminster Kingsway College, supported by Bright Ideas Trust who have arranged for Margaret Mountford and Tim Campbell to deliver inspirational keynote speeches. There will also be a prize presentation for the best business pitch.
Get involved by clicking here, right now!