Role Model Event at West Hill School

Tue 17 Nov 2015 | 8:30 a.m. - 9:30 a.m.


West Hill School

Thompson Cross
SK15 1LX

Tel: 01613382193

Event location

Chris Bird

Founder & CEO
The Bird Consultancy Limited

Experienced Chief Executive Officer with a demonstrated history of working in the public relation... Read more

Michelle Gray

Lead Partner Employment Law
Berg Legal Limited

Thank you for looking at my LinkedIn profile. Who should contact me? I act for businesses / org... Read more

Ben Davies

Founder & CEO
Vypr Validation Technologies Limited

Ben is an experienced Entrepreneur with interests in both the food and consumer internet sectors.... Read more

Simon Thompson

Accommodation For Students Ltd

Entrepreneur Studied at Stockport Grammar School and Manchester Metropolitan University Ran hos... Read more

About the Business Leaders

These business leaders have been chosen because their companies are growing quickly. Combined they employ 50+ people.

About the teacher and students

The event was created by Paul Butterworth for 160 students at West Hill School aged Age 12 - 13.

Event description

Could you help us to celebrate Global Entrepreneurship Week

We are looking for local entrepreneurs and business leaders to speak in assemblies from Monday 16th November to Friday 20th November. Ideally two entrepreneurs per day, each to speak for 5-8 minutes. We would like you to share the highs and lows of setting up a business and help our youngsters to understand that entrepreneurship is a career option they could consider.
We will also be asking for volunteers to stay on for period 1 (9-10am) to speak in more detail to our Business Studies pupils. This worked really well last year so hope you can help out.

If not, thanks anyway for taking the time to consider this.

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