Win an exclusive ticket to hear internet moguls share their business secrets!
Startups is giving away five tickets to the British Library’s entrepreneurial ‘Internet Icons’ event
Startups is giving you the opportunity to win an exclusive ticket for a business event hosted by the British Library in partnership with Barclays, featuring speeches from the founders of ASOS, Moonpig and Decoded.
Nick Jenkins of Moonpig, Nick Robertson OBE, co-founder and CEO of fashion marketplace ASOS, and Kathryn Parsons, founder and CEO of code education site Decoded, will be sharing their stories at the ‘internet icons’ event to help inspire start-ups looking to build “online empires.”
The seminar, which is taking place in London next week on Tuesday 25 February, will see the business moguls discuss their knowledge and experience of the digital market and look to motivate budding entrepreneurs to follow suit.
To enter the competition all you need to do is tell us what the internet means to your business and five plucky start-ups will win a ticket to the one-off event.
Answers can be emailed directly to firstname.lastname@example.org, posted on our Facebook page or tweeted to our Twitter feed @startupstowers with the hashtag #startupsicons
Competition entries are open now so make sure you send us your response before 3pm Monday 24 February to be in with a chance to network with some of the UK’s leading internet entrepreneurs.
We have also got tickets available for live screenings of the event in Birmingham, Liverpool, Sheffield, and Newcastle so please get in touch if you’re interested in attending.
What does the internet mean to your business?