In our humble opinion, NACUE is the UK’s leading ‘large’ organisation for engaging students in enterprise - giving college and uni students fab opportunities to boost skills, confidence and aspirations. Their holistic approach led by their enterprise societies and programmes and their top quality events, such as the NACUE Startup Career Launchpad to the NACUE Varsity Pitch Competition give students a real opportunity to start, grow and scale a startup and still whilst at University.
Taking place on the 20th and 21st February the Conference, is packed full of talks, workshops, competitions, and networking opportunities and is ideal for Students, Graduates and in fact anyone with an interest in launching or developing their own business or startup.
With speakers including Andrew Webber of Microsoft, Peter Briffett COO at YPlan and Claire Burke from The Guardian Small Business Network, we love the approach that NACUE take in aiming to arm students and graduates with the relevant employment and enterprise skills and knowledge that can help them on that journey.
Full info on the event, the key happenings and the keynote speakers can be found via the NACUE site and tickets can be brought on Eventbritefor £30 + booking fee.
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