Celebrating the role of entrepreneurs in business
Global Entrepreneurship Week in November 2015
The role of entrepreneurs in starting businesses, helping them grow, and creating jobs is being celebrated during Global Entreneurship Week 2015.
And across the country Basepoint Business Centres are holding a range of events including networking events to encourage new business starters.
At Ipswich, on Tuesday November 17, Basepoint Ipswich is holding a coffee and cake morning, for people to get together from business and education.
There will be a guest speaker, Natalie Moloney of Pink Lemonade Productions.
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Basepoint, Ipswich manager Alison Morrissey said the aim was to promote entrepreneurship and business among young people.
“We have a very good speaker in Natalie Moloney. We want to atttract students and other young people to come along, so she is ideal.”
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Young businesswoman Natalie, who was also a finalist in the Miss United Nations Contest, has been endorsed by Theo Paphitis and Jacqueline Gold.
There will be advice and information from Danielle Mansell of Colourmefun, who was a winner of a WOW award from Jacqueline Gold.
There will also be a local business coaches on site available to give advice.
The special event runs from 10.30am to 1pm.
Contact Basepoint Business Centre to find out more at The Havens, Ipswich.