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Three reasons why you absolutely must attend the Entrepreneurs’ Summit

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The Entrepreneurs’ Summit on May 25 is without a doubt the must-attend event of the year for entrepreneurs and business owners.

Here’s why:

1. Amazing speakers

Business Secretary Vince Cable. Luke Johnson (Risk Capital Partners). Dame Mary Perkins (Specsavers). Errol Damelin (Wonga). Charles Dunstone (Carphone Warehouse). Simon Calver (LoveFilm). Dan Cobley (Google). Andy Phillipps (Reevoo). Lara Morgan (Short Cuts). And many, many more. 

We’ve lined up an awesome group of speakers who will help you transform your business in a day. No other event this year will gather these people together in the same room, to discuss British enterprise and how to take your business to the next level.

2. Life-changing advice

From teaching you how to spot what your customers will want in two years’ time, to tricks for disrupting your market, the Entrepreneurs’ Summit is packed with life-changing advice for business owners.

You’ll be able to question, and learn from, some of Britain’s top entrepreneurs, gaining valuable tips and insight to help your business.

The Entrepreneurs’ Summit theme, “Give your Business an Unfair Advantage”, will resonate throughout the day, leaving you with a head full of ideas to implement immediately.

3. Unique networking opportunities

This isn’t just another boring conference where you’ll sit in a dark room all day listening to speakers go on and on about their life stories. Oh no, this year is all about you and how to grow your business.

Throughout the day, you’ll have multiple opportunities to network and meet with both your peers and our fantastic speakers. 

We want you to leave the day with a pocket full of new business cards, new business tips, and new business opportunities.

No one in the room will be off limits – this is your chance to meet the creme de la creme of British enterprise.

Book your place now! More information and bookings here.

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