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EnterpriseWOMEN

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Are you looking to gain the inspiration and business confidence to develop your career? Would you like to start your entrepreneurial journey through learning basic business skills and developing a relevant network? Would you like to secure funding for ideas and innovations?

EnterpriseWOMEN is designed is for women of all ages, disciplines and industry sectors who are studying or working at a University, or, who are employed within companies.

We are delighted to be supported by an all-female group of contributors this year including; Prof Jennifer Howard-Grenville, CJBS Diageo Professor in Organisation Studies; Dr Sabine Jaccaud, Director of Cambridge Communications at AstraZeneca and Hanadi Jabado, Executive Director of the CJBS Entrepreneurship Centre in addition to Violaine Galland. Violaine is a highly sought-after negotiation consultant and former Wall Street executive who continually inspires women worldwide to be effective negotiators.

Dates: 12 May and 9 June

Location: Lucy Cavendish College, Cambridge

£70 for current University of Cambridge graduate students (MPhil and PhD)

£100 for University of Cambridge postdoctoral researchers and academics

£150 for current graduate students, academics and postdoctoral researchers from other institutions

This fee includes all sessions, lunch, refreshments and a dinner that are provided as part of EnterpriseWOMEN

If you would like to gain inspiration for your career, nurture the inner entrepreneur and develop a foundation in entrepreneurial skills then please apply by 30 April to secure your place.

This talk is part of the Entrepreneurship Centre at Cambridge Judge Business School series.

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