MADE: The Entrepreneur Festival 2015 is almost here!
This Thursday one of the country’s most anticipated business events is returning to Sheffield. MADE: The Entrepreneur Festival 2015 promises to be the most interesting and enlightening to date.
Over the past 5 years this top entrepreneurial themed festival has informed and inspired tens-of-thousands of business owners and budding entrepreneurs through its empowering, fun, and informative range of events.
We were delighted to be selected as one of the event's official media partners for the second year running and have recently ran a competition for members of the Startacus community to bag themselves some free tickets!
But don’t worry if you didn't manage to win, there’s still plenty of time to book your ticket!
Here’s a quick overview of what attendees can expect.
MADE2015 is taking place on October 22nd at Sheffield City Hall from 9am - 6pm and will feature a line up of some of the UK’s top business experts and industry leaders.
This year’s festival will be split into 3 core sections for your enjoyment and inspiration; Success Stories (People who have ‘MADE it’ telling you how they did it), Master Classes (Experts sharing their knowledge) Fringe Events (35 entertaining, and educational events taking place all around Sheffield from 19th - 23rd October.
We won’t spoil all the details on all of the folk who are speaking, but we do encourage you to take a trip over to the MADE website for all the speaker details and for all the happenings on the Masterclasses, and fringe events.
Psst, some of the speakers include…
JB Gill, Farmer and entrepreneur (Ex JLS singer)
Jenny Mortimer, Director, KyNa Boutique
Paul Lindley, Ella's Kitchen and Paddy's Bathroom
Dave Coplin, Chief Envisioning Officer, Microsoft UK
Annabel Karmel, Cookery Author and Entrepreneur
Concession tickets start at just £15, which is less than the price of 4 mocha-pumpkin-spiced- latte-ccinos from Costa-bucks!
Head on over to the MADE FESTIVAL website and bag yourself a last minute ticket!
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