How to build a great network when starting a business, networking workshop at KCLBy Bright Network
Are you an entrepreneur in the making? Do you want to find out what it takes to build a successful business? Are you looking to learn great networking skills which can help take you further in any career?
Join us for an evening with James Uffindell, CEO and Founder of Bright Network. A collaborative event with our King's College London society partners; King's Entrepreneurs, Womxn in Physics and the East African Society, you will learn from and network with the man who started his first business out of his student bedroom at Oxford and has now connected over a million graduates with their perfect career. This will be an interactive event to help you develop your networking skills throughout your academic and professional career. By the end of this session you will have a strong understanding of how to leverage these crucial skills in growing your own business and furthering your career.
Join us on Thursday 28th November, 6-8pm and discover the inner entrepreneur you never knew you had.
Our partner societies
King's Entrepreneurs: At KES we help bridge the gap between imagination and reality. With our series of talks, workshops and conferences we give our members the tools and insights required to launch a successful venture. And for those still working on their million dollar idea, there’s the opportunity to walk away with a dynamic skill-set – the cherry-on-top of any great CV.
KCL Womxn in Physics: A safe space where women and non-binary people are able to share their experiences, express their opinions and receive support and encouragement from like-minded peers without the fear (and reality) of being undermined, undervalued, and invalidated. We aim to create a sense of community and to act as a catalyst for change within the field. We will actively engage members of staff to implement policies that will improve gender equality. WIP welcomes members of all genders to learn about the issue of gender equality in Physics and what they can do to help the cause.