‘Branding: invention and reinvention’ Introducing Enterprise Connect Series Six

 

Start Date: September 30, 2015

End Date: September 30, 2015

Branding: invention and reinvention

King’s College London invites you to the launch of Enterprise Connect series 6:

‘Branding: invention and reinvention’
Hear the CEO of River Island Ben Lewis talk about the need for reinvention in business. The evening will be hosted by King’s Geography alumna Alice Holden, co-founder of Attollo Lingerie and will feature keynote speeches from:

Ben Lewis
CEO of River Island

@riverisland

Carmarley Dennis
Founder of Hubbly Bubbly
King’s Law alumnus
@HubblyBubblyCo


Harriet Minter
Founder and Head of Women in Leadership
at The Guardian
@HarrietMinter


Jay Radia

Founder and CEO of Yieldify
@Yieldify

After the seminar there will be a networking reception, with canapes and drinks where  you can participate in interactive group discussions and obtain advice & guidance from our expertConnector Pod mentors. The mentors will be covering topics in line with the theme of the evening and giving hands on feedback. You will also have an opportunity to meet King’s students and alumni at the King’s Start-Up Junction. The King’s entrepreneurs will be showcasing their start-ups, sharing their experiences and looking to expand their network. If you like what you see be sure to exchange business cards.

TIME 18:00 – 21:00

DATE Wednesday 30 September 2015

ADDRESS Greenwood Lecture Theatre | 55 Weston Street | King’s College London | London Bridge | SE1 3RA

Register Here

For more information on the other events in this series please visit the website by clicking here.

Enterprise Connect is a series of large scale networking seminars facilitated by influential figures, across a wide spectrum of business themes. The Enterprise Connect seminars provide a platform of opportunity, for anyone, regardless of their background to listen to successful high profile individuals, network and further their entrepreneurial ambitions.
After the seminar a networking reception takes place with canapés and drinks where delegates can participate in interactive group discussions and obtain advice & guidance from expert ‘Connector Pod’ mentors. The mentors cover topics in line with the theme of the evening and giving hands on feedback. Delegates will also have an opportunity to meet King’s students and alumni at the King’s Start-Up Junction, where King’s entrepreneurs showcase their start-ups, share their experiences and aim to expand their network.

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