‘Building Your Future – SWiM dives in with the Entrepreneurs’ – event open to all!

Dear Colleague,

We are excited to invite you to the next SWiM network event on the 3rd March 2015:

‘Building Your Future – SWiM dives in with the Entrepreneurs’

An evening of inspirational personal stories from a diverse group of successful entrepreneurs hosted by Professor Wendy Tindale OBE, Scientific Director of Medical Imaging & Medical Physics at Sheffield Teaching Hospitals.

An excellent line up of speakers will share their entrepreneurial stories including;

Adrian Allen; Commercial Director of the Advanced Manufacturing Research Centre (AMRC)

Pam Garside; created her own management consultancy, Newhealth

Lucy Rocca; founder of Soberistas an online network supporting women with drinking issues

Professor Dame Pamela Shaw; Professor of Neurology and Director of the Sheffield Institute of Translational Neuroscience (SITraN)

Entrepreneurship within your professional role or in your personal life may seem like an exciting venture but perhaps you are just not quite sure how to get started? How might it fit with your current role, what skills do you need and what are the pitfalls to avoid?

Want to know more? Come and join us for an informal evening.

The event is FREE – register now for a free ticket at http://tinyurl.com/SWiM03March2015

Registration is from 5.30pm, Medical School

Speakers and Q&A panel from 6pm, Medical Lecture Theatre 1

Refreshments and food from Made by Jonty (www.madebyjonty.co.uk) at Café 1828.

SWiM events are open and inclusive to men & women and all health care professionals!

Best wishes,

The SWiM team



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