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Global Entrepreneurship Week (GEW) takes place in 120 countries from 12-18 November. Here’s our pick of the 3,000+ events taking place in the UK.
Our contribution to the week is The Pitch 2012 Grand Final and official GEW UK working week closing party at Ministry of Sound in London on 16 November. Buy a ticket here.
12 November: UK hosts Youth Business International, in partnership with Barclays, officially launch Global Entrepreneurship Week at the Wayra Academy in London, with businesses showcased by The Prince’s Charities.
12-15 November: Young Enterprise Northern Ireland is running Tourism Industry master classes.
12-16 November: The British Library is holding events all week including webinars, the announcement of the Real Business 2012 Future 50 and ‘Inspiring Entrepreneurs’ with designer Orla Kiely.
12-16 November: Eastbourne Youth Radio has a five-day community based radio project to engage students.
12-16 November: Local young entrepreneurs and enterprising professionals will be going into 10 York secondary schools each day to run enterprise assemblies.
13-16 November: Entrepreneurs 2012 is a four-day entrepreneurial event with keynote speakers President Bill Clinton, Ruby Wax and Bear Grylls.
14 November: StartUp Britain is urging schools to share some toast and get down to business during Britain’s Biggest Breakfast Networking event and is running a StartUp Day.
14 November: Entrepreneurs Wales 2012 is a one day conference for entrepreneurs. Speakers include Julie Meyer. One of many events from the Welsh Government.
14 November: In Edinburgh the Start Up Summit shares stories of 16 entrepreneurs inc. Skyscanner.
14 November: The Ideas Café will inspire research students and postdocs at the Uni of Glasgow.
14 November: Doug Richard and School of Start-Ups are running free Window of Opportunity seminars.
14 November: 250 16-30 year old entrepreneurs will take part in Shell LiveWIRE LIVE!
14 November: As UnLtd approaches its 10th birthday, the Social Futures event will kick off a conversation about the future of support to social entrepreneurs.
14-16 November: The Enviro-Entrepreneur Bootcamp takes place at the Nottingham Clean tech Centre.
15 November: Bright Ideas Trust is holding a business readiness workshop for 16-30 year olds living in London.
15 November: The Global Brainstorm will broadcast live from a central London location; this free live brainstorming session will ask “what do you need to know in order to succeed?”
15 November: Business Launchpad opens a new Enterprise Business Centre in Acton, Ealing.
15 November: Mosaic students meet and learn from business leaders at Business in the Community’s Big Conversation as part of the Skills Show in Birmingham.
15 November: NACUE showcases university enterprise societies who have been given money from the Enterprise Society Innovation Fund, and holds the grand final of Varsity Pitch competition.