21st February 2006

 

SEE BUSINESS FROM THE INVESTOR’S POINT OF VIEW

 

A business workshop to be hosted by the University of Lincoln on Thursday (23rd February) will give people the chance to find out what’s it’s like to invest in a good business idea.

 

The Enterprise Workshop organised by Connect Midlands aims to give delegates

the inside track on raising money for a new business.

 

Delegates will hear from a real investor and find out what he is looking for, stand in an investor's shoes and hear three real business proposals, consider the pros and cons of each opportunity and decide where to invest and why.

 

“If you are interested in developing your knowledge, skills, business knowhow and networks then this workshop is for you,” said organiser John Mulhall, lecturer and Knowledge Transfer Partnership co-ordinator in the Faculty of Health, Life and Social Sciences at the University of Lincoln.

 

The event begins at 4.30pm on Thursday 23rd February with registration in the Alstom Atrium in the main academic building at the university’s Brayford Pool campus.

 

Proceedings get under way in the Vice Chancellor’s Annexe at 5.15pm and there will be a buffet and networking opportunity back in the Alstom Atrium at 7pm.

 

The event is free but spaces are limited; to register contact Neenu Puri on 024 7632 3330.

 

Connect Midlands business partners are Dorsey & Whitney, the East Midlands Incubation Network, Ernst & Young, Freeth Cartwright LLP, Grant Thornton, Key Fuels, Loughborough University Enterprises Ltd, PLUS Markets Group plc, Shepherd+Wedderburn.

 

Connect Midlands business members are Catapult Venture Managers Ltd, Midven, Rolls Royce plc, the University of Lincoln and Wright Hassall Solicitors.

 

 

For more information contact:

Jez Ashberry, Press and Media Relations Manager

01522 886042                         jashberry@lincoln.ac.uk

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