15 May Bradford Uni: Exports, Crowd Funding and Start-ups: free evening

Knowledge Transfer Network Free Speaker Networking Event: on exports, crowd funding and support for start-ups
Arthur Francis Lecture Theatre, Bradford University

Mon 15 May 2017
5.30pm registration; 6pm speakers; 7.30pm-8.15pm coffee and cake/networking

The Financial Times Number 1 business school in the North of England is once again hosting a evening of talks, debate, food and networking for business – free of charg1.

1’Growing your international business in an uncertain world’  – Colin Russell, member of the Institute of Export

Now perhaps more than ever, UK businesses need to consider reaching out to a range of international markets but how can you ensure your business can grow successfully overseas when there is so much change and uncertainty in the world? Colin Russell will provide practical tips on how to make the most of business opportunities around the world whilst at the same time identifying and managing the associated risks.

2Crowd Funding’ by Dr Rana Tassabehji, senior lecturer in e-commerce and information systems, Bradford University

Crowd Source Funding – could this generate funds and interest for your business?

Crowdfunding is an increasingly popular and alternative source of financing new products, services, ventures and social projects. Engaging the interest of potential donors is key to unlocking the key to crowdfunding. Dr Rana Tassabehji will be talking about crowdfunding and how the Entrepreneurship & Innovation group at the University of Bradford School of Management is pioneering the use of Crowdfunding in their teaching to give budding student entrepreneurs the opportunity to convert their classroom ideas into real world ventures. We have opportunities for local businesses to work with our Masters students to explore how to access this alternative form of funding.

3 Ad:Venture Project by Lorraine Lucas, Head of Business Engagement and Corporate Programmes, University of Bradford.

 A brief talk about AD:Venture, supporting pre-start, young and new business to grow in the Leeds City Region. Part-funded by the European Regional Development Fund.

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