King’s is hosting the Social Entrepreneurship in Education Festival on Friday 21st November.
The festival will be the first ever of its kind at King’s and will celebrate national leading social enterprises and raise awareness on the value of social entrepreneurship as well as the many opportunities available in this field for you!
Over 30 Social Enterprises including Grow Movement, SportInspired and Elephant Branded to name a few will be present. Alongside this, there is a full day of workshops and talks led by industry experts such as The Champion Agency, ClearlySo, UnLtd and Shift as well as workshops on building business skills organised by King’s Staff and Students from societies such as Enactus KCL, KCL Business Club, KCL Tech Society and KCL Innovation Forum.
To round off the festival, there will be a keynote reception in The Great Hall, Strand Campus. Featuring a panel including Cameron Saul (Co-founder and Director at Bottletop), Kresse Wesling (Co-founder and Director at Elvis & Kresse) and chaired by Cliff Prior (CEO of UnLtd). Current King’s students and UnLtd award winners, Oli Zolman (CEO and Founder of The JellyFish Medicine Portfolio) and Elizabeth Adelodun (Founder of MindTorch) Will also be speaking. A drinks and networking reception will follow the seminar!
The Social Entrepreneurship in Education Festival is working in collaboration with UCL and the London Business School as part of the London Social Innovation Collective, for more information please visit, https://www.facebook.com/LondonSocialInnovationCollective.
The festival will be held at the Macadam Building, Strand Campus. Doors will open at 10:30 and it’s free to attend so please register for SEEFest here by Thursday 20th November 2014.
For more information, including the day’s itinerary, stall holders, workshops and keynote speakers, please read the Social Entrepreneurship In Education Festival Program.