With over 2,500 events planned across the globe it’s a great opportunity for business owners to meet potential partners and create new ideas. We’ve read over every single event and here’s our pick of the bunch.
The BIG Business Wales Event: Wales- Friday 15th November
At this event, you can explore all the possible support resources available to your business. There are also seminars on recruiting staff, winning government contracts and exporting, plus much more. For more information, click here.
StartUp Britain Guinness World Record attempt: London-Thursday 21st November)
Get involved with this world record attempt where StartUp Britain are attempting to break the world speed networking record. The national enterprise campaign in association with Global Entrepreneurship Week and the Hub Westminster are hoping to sketch their name in the record books. Oli Barrett, StartUp Britain’s co-founder and networker, is hoping to challenge the record set by Hong Kong last month, which saw 406 people participate.
Social Entrepreneur Chat Show: Scotland- Tuesday 19th November
Three social entrepreneurs will combine their experiences and share their stories for an evening of banter and business. Hosted by Claire Carpenter, founder and director of The Melting Pot, this is great opportunity hear from entrepreneurial experts.
Chelmsford City Showcase for Business: East of England- Wednesday 20th November
This event has another great line up of speakers and exhibitors, starting with a breakfast business briefing with Phil Eckersley, the bank of England’s Agent for the South East of England and East Anglia.
Business Angels Conference: South East England- 22nd November
Powered by Solent Innovation, if you’re interested in start-up businesses, then this launch for a new network of business angels may excite you. This event brings together investors and entrepreneurs to talk about the latest opportunities for local entrepreneurs in the South East of England.
These events are a flavour of what is going on during Global Entrepreneurship Week, hosted by Youth Business International with support from Barlcays. For more information visit www.gew.org.uk for a comprehensive guide to the 3,000 events taking place”