Second in the ‘Talks on Enterprise Development’ Series

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Date of event: 30 September 2015
Event ends: 30 September 2015
Second in the ‘Talks on Enterprise Development’ Series

Second in the ‘Talks on Enterprise Development’ Series

Jan Ward CBE, Founder and CEO of Corrotherm, a supplier of high quality alloys to international markets

Wednesday, 30 September 2015 at Henley Business School

The Henley Centre for Entrepreneurship in collaboration with Santander and the Thames Valley Berkshire Business Growth Hub has created a series of talks that puts the spotlight on leadership and engaging SMEs. 

Titled ‘Talks on Enterprise Development’ the series provides a forum for inspirational talks by SME leaders who share their stories of high growth SME businesses.

This talk is the second in the series and is given by Jan Ward CBE, Founder and CEO of Corrotherm, a supplier of high quality alloys to international markets working from offices in the UK, Australia, China, India, Saudi Arabia, South Africa, South Korea, UAE and USA.

Jan Ward founded Corrotherm in 1992 and started supplying high-grade metals to the oil gas and desalination markets. Since then, Jan has built a global operation with a portfolio of corporate customers. In Jan 2009 Jan was named the UK’s most inspirational female entrepreneur, winning the coveted NatWest Everywoman Award which champions female entrepreneurs and in Jan 2015 was honoured with a CBE by HRH Prince Charles, Prince of Wales.

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

For further information contact:

Jurek Sikorski

Business Development Lead & Executive in Residence, Henley Centre for Entrepreneurship

Henley Centre for Entrepreneurship

 

Henley Centre for Entrepreneurship is part of Henley Business School at the University of Reading which provides a hub for teaching and research in the subject, inspiring students from across the University to embrace, develop and apply their entrepreneurial abilities.

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