Thrive – Start-Up Hacks for Diverse Founders powered by Rise

27th November 2020 @ 6:00 pm - 7:30 pm
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Calling all ambitious diverse founders wanting to change the face of entrepreneurship!

About this Event
This event is organised in partnership with Foundervine.

Learn how to demonstrate the adaptability and innovation necessary to prosper through success and hardships of businesses. Join us in making the entrepreneur ecosystem stronger together!

At this event, discover how our Rise programme can take your start-up to the highest levels.

Find out more about all Thrive Festival events taking place between 16-29 November 2020

Featuring Izzy Obeng (Managing Director of Foundervine)

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27th November 2020
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