Birmingham innovators inspired by entrepreneurs exchange
Aspiring entrepreneurs gathered at the Entrepreneurs Exchange event at The ICC in Birmingham for an exclusive opportunity to hear from some of the UK’s most successful business founders as part of a nationwide evening of events taking place in 10 different locations across the UK.
In Birmingham, budding entrepreneurs heard from Holly Tucker, founder of Not on the high street and Holly&Co, Richard Joseph, co-founder of Joseph Joseph and Amanda Thomson, CEO and founder of Thomson & Scott Skinny who shared their experiences and advice.
Now in its second year, Entrepreneurs Exchange is a programme that connects the next generation of British entrepreneurs with current business leaders providing them with the opportunity to learn what it takes to build a successful business.
Amanda Murphy, HSBC’s Head of Corporate Banking in the UK, said:
“Entrepreneurs Exchange was an invaluable opportunity for more than 2,000 ambitious entrepreneurs to hear from some of the UK’s leading business founders on how they achieved success in business.
“Now in its second year, the event in Birmingham brought together some of the most creative and innovative entrepreneurs from across the region, with the aim to help start-ups through to established businesses, focused on the domestic market or looking to trade internationally.”
Entrepreneurs Exchange is business-led, by entrepreneurs for entrepreneurs. It’s backed by the Government and supported by HSBC UK as part of the bank’s commitment to SME banking.