What can your business learn from start-ups?
‘In Conversation with….’ is a series of online discussions with business leaders. These bitesize events are aimed at providing direction, assistance and hope during these uncertain times. The events will take place from 9am-9.30am (BST) on the first Wednesday of every month.
In June Adam Smith, Entrepreneur in Residence & Senior Lecturer will meet with Professor Gary McEwan, Honorary Professor of Entrepreneurship & CEO of Elevator. Adam and Gary will discuss 'What can your business learn from start ups?'. You'll get the opportunity to hear about best practice and common mistakes when starting a business.
Professor Gary McEwan
As recipient of The Queen’s Award for Enterprise, Gary has invested in, operated and developed businesses as diverse as transport, training, financial services software, electronic manufacturing and business consultancy. A professional business adviser and non-executive director, Gary was described by Professor John Park, from the Academy of Leadership and Management, as ‘one of the best business advisers, in the world.’ Since November 2008, Gary has been operating as Elevator’s CEO. With a clear passion for business and enterprise, Gary is deeply involved in the promotion of entrepreneurship to young people as a credible and viable career option.
We look forward to welcoming you to join our conversation!
Please note, this is a virtual event and will start promptly at 9am. You will have the opportunity to join the conversation by asking questions to Adam & Gary via the chatbox.