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Workshop on Entrepeneurship for Global Humanitarian Impact

9:30 am to 4:30 pm, 15 November 2019

Students at UCL IRDR Enterprise Workshop

Come to this one-day workshop to learn about the ways in which you can apply entrepreneurship skills to address global humanitarian challenges.

This event is free.

Event Information

Open to

UCL staff | UCL students | UCL alumni

Availability

Sold out

Cost

Free

Organiser

Rosanna Smith – Institute for Risk and Disaster Reduction
02076799250

Location

Event Space
UCL BaseKX
London
N1C 4PF

Three Career-Focused IRDR Enterprise Workshops are an essential complement to our academic programmes. It enables students to identify their career goals and get best prepared to achieve them. This is the first of the 3 workshops.

Overview

This one-day workshop will focus on the fundamentals of developing an entrepreneurial mindset.It will help you heighten the impact of your research into global humanitarian challenges and think about future career paths. Even if you don’t have entrepreneurial ambitions, this workshop will help you reframe the skills you're developing during your time as a student at UCL.

Student's view

“I went to it not thinking that I have what it takes to be an entrepreneur, and I came out believing I can do it”
Alicia Matthews, UCL IRDR MSc student 2018-19

This workshop is run by UCL Innovation and Enterprise for UCL IRDR. 

Find out more and register here

 

About the Speaker

Mario Moustras

CEO and FOunder at Mazamo Coaching

Mario is is a leadership and talent development coach who works with researchers and entrepreneurs. Before becoming a coach, he worked for the Royal Society of Chemistry (RSC). He has a PhD in chemistry, and is a chartered scientist and Fellow of the RSC. Mario has worked with scientists and engineers across government agencies, industry and universities. He's led teams through science-related programmes in higher education, enterprise partnerships (especially with small companies) and technology policy.