Entrepreneurship 2012: Get Your Tickets
Staged at the ExCel, London, from Tuesday 13th until Friday 16th November, Entrepreneurs 2012 is a 4-day intensive conference with a keynote speech from President Bill Clinton.
Other speakers at Entrepreneurs 2012 include Ruby Wax, the international comedienne and leadership expert, the intrepid Bear Grylls, the adventurer and TV presenter and swashbuckling Bruce Dickinson, who as well as being an airline pilot, fencing afficianado and radio presenter, finds time to be the lead singer for internationally acclaimed metal band Iron Maiden. Bruce will of course be talking about his role as an investor.
Joining the well-recognised line up are Kate Hardcastle, the "Queen of customer service" and Beermat entrepreneur author and Daily Mail columnist Mike Southon.
Run as part of Global Entrepreneurship Week 2012, Entrepreneurs 2012 has been formulated to cater for budding business people looking to be inspired and encouraged into starting their own venture, as well as experienced traders looking to boost their businesses.
Day one of the agenda is How to Develop an Entrepreneurial Mindset and looks at the business strategies of the most successful entrepreneurs. Looking at everything from identifying opportunities to creativity and money-making, the opening day will give visitors an insight into the mind of some of the top entrepreneurs.
Day two is about Uncovering New technologies to Give Your Startup Business the Edge and will be full of a technology-focused sessions encouraging businesspeople to look at how they can utilise tech to give their business a boost.
Thursday sees the topic change to Making it in Business and entreprenuers will be sharing their stories on how they travelled the road to success and what others can learn from their enterprising journeys.
The closing day of the event is Leaderhsip and Entrepreneurship with hundreds of the world’s CEOs sharing their ideas, debating and networking.
President Bill Clinton, whose Clinton Foundation brings the conference to London, said of the upcoming event:
“In today’s challenging economic climate, entrepreneurs need our support more than ever and we need their success more than ever. Often it is small entrepreneurs that drive economic growth in their communities creating jobs and opportunities for those that need them most.”
“I am glad that we are able to come together again at Entrepreneurs 2012 to inspire, support and educate our world’s most promising entrepreneurs.”
If Entrepreneurs 2012 sounds too good to miss then book your ticket now. Starting from as little as £100 (plus VAT) for all four days all funds will be used to support the Clinton Foundation in promoting and supporting entrepreneurship worldwide. Just visit www.entrepreneurs2012.co.uk for more information on the conference and to purchase tickets.