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Want to be your own boss? Get Inspired by WIRED!

Ever wanted to start your own business but don’t know where to start? The University of Hertfordshire’s Enterprise team is here to help you to be your own boss! And what better place to start than hearing high profile guests and entrepreneurs share their stories of success, their wisdom and expertise?

Join us for our first event of the year and an evening of inspiration with one of the front runners in publishing and technology as WIRED UK editor, David Rowan, guides us through the mindset of an entrepreneur.

David Rowan is a self-confessed ‘entrepreneurial journalist’ and is currently the editor of cutting-edge technology magazine. He is also a regular columnist for GQ magazine and through his pioneering writing, supports and works alongside many of the world’s budding entrepreneurs and innovators.

This event will inspire all but is a must if you’re looking to break into the world of journalism or technology… or just want to know the thrill of success! So come along to the Weston Auditorium at the de Havilland Campus on Wednesday 31 October. The event starts at 5pm with an hour’s reception and networking, followed by the keynote speech and Q&A at 6-7:30pm. To book your FREE place, just click here!

For more information or to find out about other upcoming Enterprise events, please email enterprise@herts.ac.uk

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