A one-day entrepreneurial extravaganza!
Attend the event to:
- Be inspired by entrepreneurial speakers
- Meet advisers who can help your business growm
- Attend workshops on topics from social media to sales, international trade and selling to retailers
- Connect with fellow entrepreneurs
- Access funding opportunities
- Spend a day working ‘on’ your business not ‘in’ it!
10.00am: Welcome, Emma Jones and Joni Farthing
10.10am: Show me the Money!
- Nicola Horlick, Love Money
- Sarah Gosling OBE, f-crowd
- Mike Jackson, Bristol WebStart
10.30am: How I built a franchise business
- Gabrielle Lixton, Turtle Tots
- Lee Dancy, Barking Mad
10.50am: How I built an online business
- Alex Depledge, Founder, Hassle.com
- Julia Elliot Brown, Founder, Upperstreet.com
11.10am: Coffee & meet stand owners
11.40am: Great Western Powerhouse
12.00pm: Massive milestones…how to achieve your goals – Julie Creffield, Too Fat to Run
12.30pm: Lunch and afternoon business workshops
4.00pm: Drinks and networking
- Alison Battisby, founder of Avocado Social – Social media for small businesses
- Elizabeth Malone Johnstone, founder of Digitise This – DIY SEO for start-ups
- Nadine Dereza, founder of PS Programmes – Public Speaking Workshop
- Anis Qizilbash, founder of Mindful Sales – 7 steps to selling anything
- Crowdcube – Crowdfunding for small businesses
- Tessa Stuart, packaging and promotion expert – How to get your food brand noticed
Find out more and register at: https://enterprisenation.com/festival
International Girl Studies Association are seeking submissions for our inaugural conference in 2016. The inaugural conference seeks to bring together researchers and students working on girls and girlhood in any part of the world and in any discipline or interdisciplinary field.
Girl Studies has become one of the most dynamic academic fields, encompassing a vast array of disciplines and interdisciplinary approaches. This conference aims to bring together scholars from across the world to explore experiences of girlhood, recent developments within the field, investigating new questions and revisiting historical issues.
We seek proposals that address some of the key issues in girls studies and we welcome both individual and panel presentations. Moreover, we are also keen to move beyond the traditional conference format and would encourage collaborative work, creative, visual, screenings and performance based work. We are also keen to invite proposals from individuals working in collaboration with girls, the community and partner organisations.
Professor Catherine Driscoll (University of Sydney, AUS) Professor Christine Griffin (University of Bath, UK) Professor Mary Celeste Kearney (University of Notre Dame, USA) Professor Rozena Maart (University of KwaZulu-Natal, SA)
Topics may include (but are not limited to) • Histories of girlhood • Global girlhood(s) • Intersectional girlhood • Queer girls • Representation of girlhood • Intergenerational girlhoods • Girlhood and consumption • Mediated girlhoods • Methodological approaches to girls’ studies • Girls and feminism • Girls and sport • Girls and politics • Girls and education • Young femininities • Body image • Subcultures and girlhood • Girls and digital media • Girls and activism • Girls and literature • Girls and popular culture • Girlhood during austerity • Girls and sexuality • Girls and health • Neoliberal girlhoods • Ethnographies of girlhood
Abstracts of 250 words, proposals for pre-constituted panels (250 words per panellist) and proposals for creative and alternative presentations (250 words) should be sent to igsa.2016 at uea.ac.uk by 1st September 2015. All submissions should be accompanied by brief bio.
Any questions or queries can be sent to igsa.2016 at uea.ac.uk.
Earlier this month Dr. Angela Martinez Dy of Nottingham University Business School participated in a Twitter Talk with Joy Francis of Digital Women UK on the subject of digital entrepreneurship. The talk explored Angela’s PhD research into the subject, focusing on what the landscape looks like for digital entrepreneurs and why the activity has particular relevance for women.
You can read the whole Storify here: http://www.digitalwomenuk.co.uk/storify-dwuktalks-with-angela-martinez-dy/
Angela can be contacted on Twitter at @eldiadia for follow-up questions.
Please feel free to re-post and share with your networks.