Apprentice star to headline Poyle event for entrepreneurs
Sir Alan Sugar, of BBC One’s The Apprentice, will headline an event for entrepreneurs to be held in Poyle next month.
Some of the UK’s leading entrepreneurs will reveal the tried-and-tested strategies they have used to scale their businesses to seven, eight, and even nine figures at an event in the parish in two weeks’ time.
Amstrad founder Sir Alan Sugar, worth an estimated £1.15 billion; ‘disruptive entrepreneur’ Rob Moore; Shaa Wasmund MBE – recently named one of the UK’s Top 20 influential entrepreneurs by The Sunday Times; best-selling author and producer Mike Koenigs; and Ryan Pinnick, founder and CEO of London based training and mentoring company SuperGenius, will attend the event to give their insights on how they have built their own business empires and offer their insights on how others can follow.
Lord Sugar’s presentation will include a ‘fireside chat’ where you will have the opportunity to ask him questions specific to you and your business.
The Hilton Terminal 5 in Poyle will host the Business Empires 2017 event which is being organised by ‘Seriously Fun Business’, a company that specialised in hosting business events.
Tickets aren’t cheap though. If you want to participate in the event you’ll have to find upwards of £360 – and that’s just for the standard tickets. Another £400 on top will get you front row seating. You will get to rub shoulders with the speakers at an exclusive party at the hotel on the first night.
The event will run for two days, on Thursday, 9th November 2017 and Friday 10th from 9am until 5pm. Tickets are still available.