Enterprise Tuesday is a free termly talk managed and delivered by the Cambridge Judge Business School’s Entrepreneurship Centre.
About Enterprise Tuesday
The Enterprise Tuesday series of talks bring together an exceptional mix of talent and experience from the student and local business communities. Experienced entrepreneurs, industry experts and practitioners share real-world insights to help others on their entrepreneurial journeys to develop their skills, ideas and networks.
Since its inception over 20 years ago, Enterprise Tuesday remains highly popular and is a go-to event for anyone interested in enterprise and who wants to learn the nuts and bolts of entrepreneurship.
Enterprise Tuesday Talks
Delivered in the past 20 years.
Have attended Enterprise Tuesday.
Experts and entrepreneurs
From 150 organisations have participated.
And 30 different universities worldwide have been represented.
Benefits and impact
- Is designed to inspire and inform budding entrepreneurs as they pursue their ambitions and help plug those already underway with their venture creation into the Cambridge ecosystem.
- Encourages attendees to think about commercial awareness, creative and innovative thinking, problem solving, adaptability, and leadership skills.
- Opens up a world of knowledge to those who want to start their own venture.
- Includes plenty of time and opportunity for speakers and attendees to forge useful, meaningful connections. Networking at Enterprise Tuesday is a sure-fire way to expand your connections.
Latest news and insight from Enterprise Tuesday
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