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Enterprise Tuesday 2007/08

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How To Turn Your Ideas Into Reality

Enterprise Tuesday continues with a session entitled ’Learn How To Pitch Your Ideas’ on 27th November 2007. This is a special panel session with Cambridge Business Angels Jack Lang, Robert Sansom, Sherry Coutu, Andy Richards and Teri Wiley advising on how to pitch ideas to investors and customers. Adrie Reinders (Founder of OhM Inc) will also be on the panel.

Enterprise Tuesday is a series of free evening lectures and networking sessions run by the Centre for Entrepreneurial Learning (CfEL), part of Judge Business School, University of Cambridge, from October to February. The aim is to inspire people to pursue entrepreneurial ambitions and build basic business skills.

CfEL’s Enterprise Tuesday is a major focus on entrepreneurship for the University demonstrating the application of learning to solve problems and create businesses. It is also coordinated with the Cambridge University Entrepreneurs (CUE) business creation competitions.

Enterprise Tuesday has already inspired many to start up businesses and presents a great networking opportunity. If you would like to learn more about becoming an entrepreneur, then sign up to the programme via our online registration system at

Enterprise Tuesday is run in conjunction with Cambridge Enterprise, CUE and the Cambridge Enterprise Agency. This session is sponsored by OhM Inc. Other sponsors of the 2007/08 programme include ARM , Business Link, EPSRC , Cobra Beer, EESCP , TiE and CIM .

Further information about all CfEL activities is available via our web site at

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

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