Global Entrepreneurship Week 2020 brings local entrepreneurs together again

Returning again to inspire and bring together local entrepreneurs from a variety of sectors, Global Entrepreneurship Week started with a bang!

During the month of November at the Digital Greenhouse over 155 people attended the 5 carefully curated events and even more watching live streams online. We would like to thank all the sponsors, speakers and attendees that made this week so memorable! Take a look at our coverage of the seminars and workshops that took place below.

Building Businesses - Growth Mindset

The first event of the week was opened by Deputy Sasha Kazantseva-Miller, who had some great points on coming together to share knowledge in such an uncertain time, followed by Charles Mindenhall, Co-Founder of Blenheim Chalcot and Richard Hanrahan, CEO of Agilisys who talked us through applying a growth mindset to your business. 

Read more and watch the live stream coverage below,

Building Businesses - Growth Mindset roundup article

Cyber Security and Data, Key Takeaways for Small Businesses

In this second session of Global Entrepreneurship Week, we explored the requirement and key considerations for small businesses when it comes to data protection and cybersecurity. This session began with a lighthearted presentation from the Black Arrow Cyber Consulting team, Tony Cleal, Bruce McDougall and James Martel. Followed by a talk by Tim Loveridge from the Office of Data Protection Authority.

Read more below,

Cyber Security and Data, Key Takeaways for Small Businesses roundup article

Speed Networking - Global Entrepreneurship Week Special

In this third event, we had attendees connecting with each other in lightning-fast networking rounds. The aim of the game? To create opportunities between local entrepreneurs. 

Accessing Finance for Start and Scale Businesses

In the fourth event of Global Entrepreneurship Week, we heard from Nick Gregg, Head of Investments at Blenheim Chalcot and Ed Prow, Founder of local investment group TEKEX about being pitch ready and how to understand and access finance.

Read more below,

Pitch Perfect! How to secure investors for your Business Venture article

How To Get Your Name Out There

In the final event of Global Entrepreneurship Week, we heard from local marketing experts Will Green, Business Editor from the Guernsey Press, Aaron Walden, Commercial Manager from Skipton International and Nichole Culverwell CHART. PR, MCIPR, Director of Black Vanilla on how to compose a good story.

Read more below,

How To Get Your Name Out There - Media, marketing and communications article

Looking for more events to attend? Check out the Digital Greenhouse Event calendar

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