'Survival and Growth Using Re-Invention' - Talk by Sean Taylor
Wednesday, 12 October 2016 from 18:00 to 21:00 (BST)
The Henley Centre for Entrepreneurship has created aseries of talks to put the spotlight on leadership and engaging SMEs.
Titled ‘Talks on Enterprise Development’ will provide a forum for inspirational talks by SME leaders who share their personal stories of high growth SME businesses.
It is planned to attract speakers who will be able to not only talk about there story of growing a business but also share lessons they have learnt and challenges they have overcome that will be valuable for SMEs with ambition to grow.
All events are free to attend and feature a talk by an SME leader, audience Q&A and a catered networking reception.
This is the sixth in the series of talks to be given by Sean Taylor, Co-founder and Managing Director of Redwood Technologies Group.
Sean has led Redwood Technologies since founding the company in the early 1990s when he recognised the opportunity of the Internet.
Redwood Technologies has been recognised by various organisations like the CBI for its innovation and in 2014 topped the Business Magazine Thames Valley SME 100.
The Henley Business School is pleased to welcome Sean to deliver the sixth talk in the series.
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Jurek Sikorski, Executive Director, Henley Centre for Entrepreneurship
Jurek Sikorski is Executive Director at the Henley Centre for Entrepreneurship (HCfE) at the Henley Business School, a world-renowned international business school, which is part of the University of Reading. The HCfE was established in 2007 with the dual remit of providing entrepreneurship education across the University and carrying high quality research. The HCfE co-ordinates a range of activities that includes teaching of University wide modules and masters programmes at the Henley Business School, providing advice and support for new ventures started by graduates of the University and engaging with SMEs in the Thames Valley for mutual benefit.