Are you interested in ‘Entrepreneurial’ way of thinking? Do you think you could make a difference with your ideas? (but don’t know how) Thinking of starting your own business?
There are still places for Agri-Inno (22nd – 24th March 2017), a programme organised by the Centre for Entrepreneurial Learning of the Judge Business School and Plant Sciences. Agri-Inno will be looking at Agricultural waste opportunities, and it is a collaboration between Cambridge and Egypt Universities. If you are interested in being part of the Agri-Inno programme, please email email@example.com with a completed application form.
This is a great opportunity to get out of the lab, look into innovative ways of using your research and next career steps. You also get the opportunity to meet lots of other researchers and companies.
Agri-Inno is based on the Enterprisers programme, which was established as CMI-Connections by the Cambridge-MIT Institute in 2002. It has been managed and delivered by the University of Cambridge’s Centre for Entrepreneurial Learning (CfEL) since 2003 inspiring over 1200 students to date.
Get involved – and make a difference!
For more information, see here:
AGRI INNO call for participants.pdf — PDF document, 123 KB
registration form.pdf — PDF document, 243 KB
Agri-Innovation 2017 Speed Networking event
The organisers of the program also invite you to come to a networking session with young entrepreneurs, researchers and business people from Egypt and Cambridge looking at new opportunities and innovation in Agricultural waste. The event will run from 6:30pm to 7:30pm on March the 23, 2017, at The Garden Cafe, Cambridge University Botanic Garden.
This is part of the week long workshop, Agri-Inno, which focuses on identifying innovation and entrepreneurial opportunities in providing solutions to the significant challenges of agricultural waste in Egypt, thereby bringing potential economic and environmental benefits.
For more information, and to register, please click here.