Kensington and Chelsea College partners with Dragons’ Den investor to host free workshops for entrepreneurs

Kensington and Chelsea College has partnered with one of the original Dragons from BBC2’s Dragons’ Den to host two free workshops aimed at helping budding entrepreneurs get their ideas off the ground.

The Entrepreneurs and Education Challenge Workshops are open to the public and are being run at the college’s Chelsea Centre by the Entrepreneurs and Education Programme CIC that was co-founded by former Dragon Doug Richard.

This opportunity offers enterprising individuals the chance to find out for free if their brilliant ideas can turn a profit, how to make themselves more sellable to secure that dream job, as well as how the wider community can benefit from being more enterprising.

Heading the day will be Paul Sturrock who has over 25 years worth of experience managing, investing in, and advising high technology growth companies and start-ups. Paul has also developed and delivered several entrepreneurship education programmes both nationally and internationally.

Both the morning and afternoon workshops will be the same and all attendees must register in advance of the event. To register, sign-up to either the morning or afternoon workshops on the links below.

Morning workshop 10-12pm: s4s.ly/kccam

Afternoon workshop 2-4pm: s4s.ly/kccpm