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School of Geography & Sustainable Development & Entrepreneurship
Health guidelines for this event
- Physical distance maintained event
- Event area sanitised before event
The Entrepreneurship Centre has teamed up with the School of Geography & Sustainable Development to bring you an opportunity to explore entrepreneurship.
Join us as we explore how to create ideas, the importance of making an impact and the opportunities you have to make a difference through the programmes, events and support from The Entrepreneurship Centre.
The session will be hosted by Kirsty Hepburn – Marketing and Events Manager at The Entrepreneurship Centre. We are delighted to be joined by Elizabeth McElroy – student from the School of Geography and Sustainable Development and entrepreneur – who will share her experience of discovering ideas and turning them into a start-up.
The session will cover:
An introduction to the Entrepreneurship Centre.
Social Enterprise, Intrapreneurship and Creating impact in the Geography & Sustainable Development Landscape.
How we can use the Sustainable Development Goals to create ideas and impose change.
What it's like to be a student entrepreneur in St Andrews.
Q&A, Discussion & Networking.
The session is open to all students in the School of Geography and Sustainable Development. The event will be in-person however, capped at 35 maximum capacity. Thereafter, there will be opportunity to join the session online.
Please RSVP to confirm your attendance.