Being an Entrepreneur - the Challenges and Dynamism of Creating a New Business

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Date of event: 19 March 2018
Event ends: 19 March 2018
Start time: 17:30
End time: 20:30
Price: Free
Being an Entrepreneur - the Challenges and Dynamism of Creating a New Business

The Henley Centre for Entrepreneurship has created a series of talks to put the spotlight on leadership and engaging SMEs. Our ‘Talks on Enterprise Development’ series will provide a forum for inspirational talks by SME leaders who share their personal stories of high growth SME businesses.

Title: ‘Being an Entrepreneur – the Challenges and Dynamism of Creating a New Business’

When: Monday 19 March 2018, 5:30pm

Where: Henley Business School building room G15, Whiteknights campus

To register your attendance for this event, click here.

To view the full programme for this event, see our flyer here: Tenth In The Talks On Enterprise Development Flyer

Speakers will be able to not only talk about their story of growing a business, but also share lessons they have learnt and challenges they have overcome that will be valuable for SMEs with ambition to grow.

All events are free to attend and feature a talk by an SME leader, audience Q&A and a catered networking reception.

This is the tenth in the series of talks and we are delighted to welcome Dan Wagner, Founder and CEO of Rezolve, an ecommerce company offering  consumers a new way to buy that allows any form of advertising or media - print, outdoor, audio, video, social - to be instantly “shoppable“ using a mobile device.

Dan Wagner has created a number of market leaders in the technology space in a career spanning over 30 years. He discusses his very personal experiences in building technology companies and expanding them around the world. All the elements of developing a company are covered including the challenges in creating success and dealing with failure.

The Henley Business School is pleased to welcome Dan to deliver the tenth talk in the series.

The University of Reading is committed to work with the SME community in the Thames Valley Region for mutual benefit.

The event is kindly supported by VitalSix and the Thames Valley Science Park and sponsored by James Cowper Kreston.

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If you have any questions, please contact Jurek Sikorski by email at or by phone on +44 (0)118 378 8188.

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