We would be delighted if you would join us at ‘The NACUE Dinner 2016’, an evening of networking, fundraising and fine dining in The Escoffier Room, Westminster Kingsway College on Thursday 6th October 2016. We will be joined by past and present society presidents and young entrepreneurs who would be delighted to share their entrepreneurial stories and experiences with you.
You will have the opportunity to meet and interact with some of the most creative and innovative students within NACUE's network, throughout our networking drinks.
This will be followed by our dinner where you will experience three courses of contemporary cuisine, freshly prepared by some of the country’s finest young student chefs at the UK's leading catering college before they embark on their future careers.
We are delighted to confirm that Dr David Landsman OBE, Executive Director of Tata Limited and former British Ambassador to Greece, will be joining us as our keynote speaker. David will share his thoughts on how business and wider society can support entrepreneurs, while giving them the freedom they need to build tomorrow’s businesses. The Tata group has been a major corporate partner of NACUE for the last 6 years and NACUE is incredibly grateful for their ongoing support.
By attending this dinner, you will enable us to build upon our success; together we can build a skilled workforce, a stronger economy and support the ‘Powering of the Enterprise Generation’.
We very much hope you will be able to join us.
NACUE is a leading charitable organisation for engaging students in enterprise, founded by students for students in 2009. Prestigiously known for giving college and university students the opportunity to boost their skills, confidence and aspirations through supporting student-led enterprise societies, NACUE run inspiring events and advocate practical learning.
During the last six years we have engaged over 180,000 creative, passionate and pro-active students in enterprising and entrepreneurial activities, supported a network of over 260 enterprise societies, and seen the attendance of over 15,000 people at our events. Our community alone has generated over 1,600 businesses in innovative spaces, creating hundreds of jobs and supporting the investment our country needs.