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Win Tickets to Creative Entrepreneurs Festival!
by Startacus Admin
It’s Sheffield Startup Month here at Startacus during which we are taking a good long look at some of the start-ups, events, meetups and general goings on which make this city the fab self starter place that it is.
One of the most exciting things in the Sheffield entrepreneurial calendar is the annual MADE festival (the UK’s leading entrepreneurial event) and this year it’s shaping up to be bigger, better and more inspiring than ever before.
Of course there are many things to look forward to but we are especially pleased this year, not only because we have been made official media partners of the festival, but because our good pals over at School for Creative Startups have arranged a rather fab fringe event, and popped us over 20 pairs of tickets to give away... nice!
The Creative Entrepreneurs’ Fringe Festival
To celebrate its new partnership with the Sheffield College (which will bring its first School to the city) School for Creative Startups is organising the Creative Entrepreneurs’ Fringe Festival.
This event, which is specifically designed for aspiring, early-stage and established creative entrepreneurs will take place on Friday 26 September and will comprise a jam-packed programme which is sure to bring a splash of creative colour to the now much anticipated Made Entrepreneurs conference.
There will be much for attendees to enjoy including;
An inspirational and uplifting talk from School for Startups founder and original Dragons’ Den entrepreneur Doug Richard
Business surgery forum, during which you will be able to get specific expert advice on all aspects of your business
Networking event allowing you to meet fellow creative’s and experts in a relaxed and social environment
Mini pop-up boutique of food and drink showcasing some of School for Creative Startups most delicious alumni.
As well as all of this, attendees will also be entered into a host of draws with prizes including a private lunch with Doug Richard, mentoring sessions, books, t-shirts and loads more besides.
How can you win?
The tickets are free, but there are only 500 in existence, so although it’s not quite a Willy Wonka’s Chocolate Factory situation, demand is still very high and the only way to to get your hands on a pair is to win them in a competition like this one!
We have 20 pairs of tickets to give away to ambitious creative startups and have made it ridiculously simple for you to enter!
You have 3 options:
Simply Tweet this message Dear @iamstartacus I’d love to win a pair of tickets to @CreativeS4S Creative Entrepreneurs Fringe Festival @MADEfestival
Post a message like this “ Dear Startacus I’d love to win a pair of tickets to Creative Entrepreneurs Fringe Festival at #Made2014” on ourFacebook page
Email us to [email protected] and let us know that you would like to be considered for a pair of tickets
You could even do all three in order to treble your chances of winning! Be sure to get your entry in before midnight on Sunday 21st September. Winners will be announced on Monday 22nd September. Good luck!
Big thanks to the School for Creative Startups for the tickets! Why not pop over to their website to learn more about the work that they do...
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