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SEC2016: The biggest Student Enterprise Conference in Europe!

On 20th-21st February, the Student Enterprise Conference in London will unite over 600 students, graduates, educators and budding entrepreneurs for a weekend of inspiration and networking.

The theme of this year’s Student Enterprise Conference, which is the 7th edition of the event, is Connect, Collaborate and Inspire. Speakers will focus on building stronger networks across education, the UK and beyond. It will be an event packed full of inspiring talks, practical workshops and great networking opportunities. To get an overview about the speakers, sessions and the whole schedule, please visit the SEC2016 page on

SEC2016 aims to inspire the next generation of entrepreneurs. Students, leading entrepreneurs, academics, investors, politicians, big corporates and the media will meet on 20th-21st February at the University College London for Europe’s biggest student enterprise event of the year!

Get involved and learn about starting a business from the experts, connect with successful founders and maybe even meet your next cofounder. Tickets are just £30 for the weekend. If you’re interested to join, make sure to secure your ticket now!

The event is co-organised by NACUE, the National Association of College & University Entrepreneurs, and MY-WAY, a project supported by the European Commission helping to improve the collaboration and efforts of web entrepreneurship initiatives from across Europe.

Experts from the MY-WAY team will do seminars and lectures on how to pitch (David Trayford) and how to raise money for your startup (John Spindler), but also about entrepreneurs without borders (Kutlu Kazanci) and funding opportunities in the EU (Gabriella Lovász & Krisztina Varga-Tóth).

EU-Startups will also be there and will report about the highlights of the event shortly afterwards. See you in London!The-MY-WAYers

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Thomas Ohr
Thomas Ohr
Thomas Ohr is the "Editor in Chief" of and started the blog in October 2010. He is excited about Europe's future, passionate about new business ideas and lives in Barcelona (Spain).

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