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Entrepreneurship & Business Incubation

Activities organised by
TAKEOFF Business Incubator
in collaboration with the 
Centre for Entrepreneurship and Business Incubation (CEBI)
All activities will be held at the Lounge Level 2, TAKEOFF Business Incubator, Dar Ġużeppi Zahra
TAKEOFF will be open from 1000hrs to 1600hrs

Sunday 26 October

Starting a successful technology business while studying
InboundMuse
at 1100hrs
Being a student at University gives you a breadth of transferable skills together with specialised skills in your area. With a little bit of time management and vision, you can use this time to start building a technology business on the side. In this session we highlight what to expect, common mistakes to avoid, and share our tips to succeed.

Discover Early Stage Investing; learn more about Go Beyond and our innovative way of investing
Go Beyond Investing
at 1200hrs
maximum number of participants: 20
  • discover what early stage investing is all about
  • understand how Angel Investors aid entrepreneurs acquire finance and expert help
  • discover how to become an angel investor or raise money from angel investors
  • learn how Go Beyond offers opportunities to build, manage and exit direct investments in private Small and Medium Enterprises.

Need some help to get a business idea off the ground?
at 1400hrs
The TAKEOFF programme delivers a tailored package of benefits and guidance to help transform ideas into market- and investor-ready ventures. Hear how we can help you, at any stage of your development.   Business Development Support, Guidance on IP Protection, 



The maximum number of participants for sessions from Monday 27 to Friday 31 October is 25.

Monday 27 October

Play becomes work - a career in digital games development
Marvin Zammit Mighty Box Ltd
at 1000hrs
Digital games development is rapidly becoming a very sought-after industry, both for investors and for job-seekers. But what does it really entail? How easy is it to make a living out of it, and what skills are required?

What is digital entrepreneurship?
Carl Greyling Gatfol
at 1100hrs
Being a digital entrepreneur can figuratively cost you your life, but can literally deliver you the world as trophy. We will explore the pitfalls and rewards of the entrepreneur adventure.
Target audience: 6th Formers

Creolabs - The School of Invention
at 1200hrs
Joe Woods from Creolabs will demostrate the importance of creative thinking, invention and innovation in the modern world.


Tuesday 28 October

Discover Early Stage Investing; learn more about Go Beyond and our innovative way of investing
Go Beyond Investing
at 1000hrs
maximum number of participants: 20
  • discover what early stage investing is all about
  • understand how Angel Investors aid entrepreneurs acquire finance and expert help
  • discover how to become an angel investor or raise money from angel investors
  • learn how Go Beyond offers opportunities to build, manage and exit direct investments in private Small and Medium Enterprises

Need some help to get a business idea off the ground?
at 1100hrs
maximum number of participants: 25
The TAKEOFF program delivers a tailored package of benefits and guidance to help transform ideas into market- and investor-ready ventures. Hear how we can help you, at any stage of your development.

Creolabs - The School of Invention
at 1200hrs
Joe Woods from Creolabs will demostrate the importance of creative thinking, invention and innovation in the modern world.

 
Thursday 30 October

Need some help to get a business idea off the ground? - CANCELLED
at 1100hrs

maximum number of participants: 25
The TAKEOFF programme delivers a tailored package of benefits and guidance to help transform ideas into market- and investor-ready ventures. Hear how we can help you, at any stage of your development.


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Fun Run
A Fun Run/ Walk and Relay will be held on Sunday 26 October ...
 
 
Last Updated: 28 October 2014

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