Loughborough University London hosts largest student enterprise conference in Europe
Loughborough University London hosted the NACUE Student Enterprise Conference on February 15-16 2020, welcoming 344 delegates over the course of the weekend.
The NACUE Student Enterprise Conference welcomed students from across the UK and included a range of workshops, panels and presentations from inspiring student and graduate entrepreneurs. The weekend was a celebration of young entrepreneurship and a brilliant showcase of innovation.
The theme, ‘Accelerating Innovation for a Better World’, encompassed the weekend of activities, with keynotes from Dr. Catherine Holloway, Founder of the Global Disability Innovation Hub and Meg Zeenat Wamithi, Founder of My Mind Matters Too.
The conference also welcomed included a Loughborough graduate panel to hear about their entrepreneurial journeys.
Hayley Jones, Student Enterprise Advisor at Loughborough University London, said:
“Hosting such an amazing conference was a delight, seeing the greatest entrepreneurs of the future in one space for the weekend was outstanding. The conference allowed student and graduate entrepreneurs to learn, make lasting connections and get inspired. Starting a venture can be lonely so attending events like the NACUE Student Enterprise Conference that allow you to meet like-minded individuals is instrumental in the development of sustainable and successful businesses.”
The NACUE Student Enterprise Conference is specifically designed for student entrepreneurs, providing a platform for entrepreneurial discussion between ambitious young people, entrepreneurs and industry experts. The next conference with take place at De Montfort University on 27-28 February 2021.