Cambridge Satchel Company, Ella’s Kitchen and Naked Wines to share business secrets at upcoming event
Start-ups invited to learn from the ‘growing pains and gains’ of leading entrepreneurs at British Library event next month
The British Library is offering aspiring entrepreneurs the chance to hear from a panel of small business success stories on the topic of ‘growing pains and gains’ at its London centre next month.
The panel, who will be sharing their business secrets, include Ella’s Kitchen founder; Paul Lindley, The Cambridge Satchel Company founder; Julie Deane and managing director of Naked Wines; Eamon Fitzgerald.
The three successful entrepreneurs will explain how they went from fledgling startup to fully-fledged business, and weathered the storm of rapid growth – sharing stories on customer demand, expansion into new markets and managing resources.
Tickets are £10 but there is also the option to attend a broadcast in the Leeds and Manchester Business and IP Centres or to watch a live webcast.
The event ties in with the British Library’s announcement that a further two Business & IP Centres will launch in Sheffield and Liverpool later this month, follow the success of its recent launches in Birmingham and Newcastle.
The ‘growing pains and gains’ event will take place on Monday 23 February.