YOUNG PEOPLE ENTREPRENEURSHIP ENGAGEMENT PROGRAMME (YPEEP 2019)
Monday, 23rd September 2019, 10:00am – 1:00pm
Are you aged 18-35 years?? Are you planning to start a new business or in the middle of one?? Don’t have any background?? Want some useful tips from successful Entrepreneurs then join us at the first Young People Entrepreneurship Engagement Programme.
Are you aged 18-35 years?? Are you planning to start a new business or in the middle of one?? Don't have any background?? Want some useful tips from successful Entrepreneurs then join us at the first Young People Entrepreneurship Engagement Programme (YPEEP) taking place in Glasgow, Scotland on the 23 September 2019. It's a chance to mingle, ask questions and meet new visionaries who share your drive to succeed. The Summit is a specialised event,designed for Women Entrepreneurs, Enthusiastic Youth, Academic Entrepreneurs,Small-scale Industrial People to come and participate in the summit and takeback an incredible experience with you.
Attending an appropriate Summit like YPEEP at an appropriate time may sometimes lead to beneficial outcome for you. The benefits are as follows:
To have great interactions with the successful Entrepreneurs
Discuss the latest trends in Social Enterprise and its legal forms
Can know the aye and nay of starting a business
Meet Scottish Government and Glasgow City Council Representatives
Facilitate the Knowledge Exchange and Accessing funding and loans
To have a chat with the co- starts up in Scotland
Importance of protecting your business idea through trademark
Collaborations and scaling up
Young People Entrepreneurship Engagement Programme (YPEEP 2019) is about empowering and connecting local Young Entrepreneurs, designed to teach budding social entrepreneurs all the basics of setting up a business/social enterprise - from legal structures, branding and marketing to business planning. Attendance at the workshops will help young people develop a robust business proposition whilst addressing a social or environmental need within their community.
Young people will learn more about the tools to help aspiring entrepreneurs turn great ideas into thriving businesses. So, from developing ideas through to launching the business, the event will provide the resources needed in terms of information for every step in the entrepreneurship pathway toward success.
It will be rewarding and educational in that it will draw a roadmap to success for young people to bring their ideas into tangible reality. Seasoned entrepreneurs from Scotland will share their experiences and best practices to help participants build a stronger and more resilient small businesses.
Further information can be found here
University of Strathclyde
The Technology and Innovation Centre 99 George Street Glasgow G1 1RD