Advert Event 12.10.16.

Inspiring All – Bridge 2 Business Event

Bridge 2 Business run many enterprise events throughout the year, free events for students and lecturers to attend. Purposes of these events are to give you the opportunity to network, create opportunities and be involved in the entrepreneurial eco-system.

Collaboration with Scottish Institute for Enterprise, Princes Trust and Business Gateway when involved in classroom challenges, workshops and activities.

Bridge 2 Business run many enterprise events throughout the year, free events for students and lecturers to attend. Purposes of these events are to give you the opportunity to network, create opportunities and be involved in the entrepreneurial eco-system.

Collaboration with Scottish Institute for Enterprise, Princes Trust and Business Gateway when involved in classroom challenges, workshops and activities.

Bridge 2 Business is back at West College Scotland for another year of ‘inspiring, connecting and supporting’ students into business and most importantly to help student understand about enterprise and employability skills.

Bridge 2 Business and West College Scotland’s Computing Department are collaborating on a fantastic ‘Inspiring All’ Enterprise Event on 12th October 2016.

Giving many of the Computing and IT students the opportunity to learn something from 4 fantastic entrepreneurs:

  • Nick Cohen, PCR — experience in (Technical Support/Networking)
  • Chris Hughes. Estendio (App Development)
  • Connor McQueen Johnston, Dalraida games
  • Craig Traynor, Storii (Software Development)

Each entrepreneur will talk about a chosen topic related to the industry and their entrepreneurial journeys. Sharing knowledge and experience of the industry followed by a Q&A Session.

The event will start at 2.30pm and will finish for 4.30pm.

This is a free event for all and any students to attend.

The event will be held at rooms: RN 145 & 146, Renfrew North Building.

For more information related to the event, contact Regional Entrepreneurial Executive: Sukie Grewall @ sukie.grewall@yes.org.uk