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Cambridge Open Day (PGDE): Is Entrepreneurship Worth the Risk?

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The aim of this event is to provide prospective candidates with an opportunity to learn more about the Postgraduate Diploma in Entrepreneurship programme. It will also enable you to interact with programme tutors and mentors, together with experienced experts and entrepreneurs from the Cambridge ecosystem and beyond.

We are delighted that experienced cleantech entrepreneur Michael Evans, CEO of Green-Tide Turbines, and communications expert and entrepreneur Carrie Bedingfield, founder of OnefishTwofish, will be participating in a panel discussion on entrepreneurial mindsets, motivation and risk. There’ll also be a demonstration of the online learning experience, interviews with alumni and some examples of their ventures. This is to be followed by a Q&A session and then networking over a sandwich buffet lunch until 2pm.

Virtual Open Day

We are also offering anyone from around the world the chance to participate through a live video stream on the day! The virtual open day will run at the same time and it will be possible to both see the panel discussion, presentation, videos and participate in the Q&A by submitting questions online.

To register for either event, please complete the online form at indicating which event your’re interested in attending. Once we have your details we can send further information and joining instructions.

More information about the Postgraduate Diploma in Entrepreneurship can be found at

If you have any questions, please email Elizabeth King at

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

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