Find out about our exciting programme of guest lectures and panel discussions from leading entrepreneurs, business experts and investors.
You'll hear about the highs and lows, successes and failures of the entrepreneurial journey from our inspirational guest speakers.
We've previously welcomed a range of millionaires, billionaires and aspiring entrepreneurs who've sought to change the world (and sometimes succeeded), and those who've funded them along the way.
This year, most events will include panel discussions on key entrepreneurial themes. These will range from 'what does it take to become an entrepreneur?' to more specific discussions, such as how to raise funds for an entrepreneurial venture.
You'll learn from the experiences of high-profile, high-energy entrepreneurs who candidly share their stories in a lively debate.
The lectures are run in partnership with the UCL School of Management and hosted by Senior Teaching Fellow, Gillian Lacey-Solymar.
Who can attend
The lectures are open to all. They're free and you don't need to pre-book - just turn up.
Dates and times
The entrepreneurship guest lecture series runs on Thursday evenings.
All lectures start at 5:15pm and finish at 6:15pm and are followed by networking drinks.
Lectures will be held in the Roberts Building, in the Sir Ambrose Fleming Lecture Theatre (room G06). Please enter through the Engineering Front Building, on the corner of Torrington Place and Malet Place, WC1E 7JE.
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