HEEG “Essential Tools for Entrepreneurship 2.0” Conference

Essential Tools for Entrepreneurs 2.0 provides enterprise educators and enterprise support professionals with the opportunity to learn about the latest and the most successful experiential learning tools! Not only you hear about cutting edge entrepreneurial learning games, inspirational videos and online applications, but you will also be able to experience them first-hand.

Secure your place now! Visit the HEEG website to register.

See you in October.

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Programme

 

9.30   Registration and Refreshments / Exhibition of Tools and Games
10.00   Welcome
  Sandra Jowett, Pro-Vice Chancellor of the University of Chichester
10.05   Introduction
  Dr. David Stokes, Kingston University, Chair for the Day
10.10   Keynote Speaker How to Turn a Good Idea into a Great Business
  Mike Southon, Keynote Speaker, Best Selling Author and Entrepreneur Mentor
10.45   Parallel Workshops
  MyFirstMillion – Barry Hedley, Chairman of Dialectyx Solutions Ltd. and Fellow at the Judge   Business School
  Venture Navigator – Arthur Meadows, Project Manager at Venture Navigator
  Creative Pathfinder & Lateral Action – Mark McGuiness, Coach and Trainer of Innovative Companies & Creative Freelancers
11.45   Lunch & Exhibition
12.45   Parallel Workshops
  Ideas2Reality – John Whitting, Ideas2Reality
  NESTA Creative Enterprise Toolkit – Percy Emmett
  SimVenture – Paul Brough Jones, Learning & Teaching Director at SimVenture
13.50   Parallel Workshops
  Creative Enterprise – Uwe Derkson, Assistant Director of Research & Enterprise
  Title TBA – Dr Alison James, Head of Learning and Teaching at London College of Fashion
  Startup Toolit – Rob Fitzpatrick
14.50   Networking Break & Refreshments
15.15   HEEG Small Projects Fund Panel
  Student-Run Real Businesses – Nigel Biggs, Entrepreneurship Coordinator at the University of Surrey
  Embedding Digital Presence within the HE Sector – Lisa Harris, Senior Lecturer in Marketing at the   University of Southampton & Lorraine Warren, Director of Postgraduate Studies/researcher in Innovation at Southampton University
Measuring the Enterprise Potential of Undergraduates – Rosemary Athayde, Senior Lecturer at Kingston University
Business Skills for Creative Industry Professionals – Vic Davies, New Bucks University
Using Authentic Learning Activities to Teach Enterprise – Simon Brookes, Senior Lecturer at the University of Portsmouth
16.15   Plenary & Conclusions
16.30   Event Closes

Join us on LinkedIn:

HEEG now has a group on LinkedIn. This will give you the opportunity to continue networking with your colleagues and debating important issues outside of our events.

Click here to join the group. Note: you must have a LinkedIn account to be able to join.