E2E are returning to Edinburgh due to popular demand for another #ScaleUp2Success event on 24 April and we would be delighted if you would like to join us.
We have teamed up with IWG (Regus and Spaces), the UK's largest serviced office provider with a network of 360 locations in every major town and city in the UK, to create the UK's largest ecosystem of SME business leaders and entrepreneurs. We are hosting joint events with Spaces which are designed to inspire, teach and collaborate in city centres all across the UK.
What is #SCALEUP2SUCCESS?
Our #SCALEUP2SUCCESS events are a mixture of networking where you get the opportunity to meet like-minded entrepreneurs, followed by short syndicate sessions designed to give you some pointers on a number of different help topics including Digital Marketing and HR. This is followed by a panel of the UK’s leading scale up entrepreneurs and motivational speakers to inspire you!
The event is all about:
Helping you to scale and grow your business
Connecting you with an entrepreneurial community of founders, CEOs, SMEs and C-Suites from Sheffield and the surrounding areas.
Encouraging you to facilitate growth by becoming an E2E member, where you will benefit from exclusive events, access to our £50m financing facility for SMEs and many more corporate services at discounted rates. Click here to learn more.
We will be joined by:
Duncan Cheatle - Founder of The Supper Club, Start Up Britain and Learn Amp
Duncan is the founder/CEO of Learn Amp an Employee Experience Platform which makes it easy to manage the Employee (or student) Journey driving higher effectiveness and longer retention. We’ve been described as the ‘Netflix meets Spotify of Learning’ and named best in class globally for the last two years.
Duncan has spent nearly 20 years championing UK enterprise and has worked with over 1000 entrepreneurs. In 2003 he set up The Supper Club, now home to nearly 500 of Britain’s most innovative, high growth entrepreneurs. He also sits on the Chartered Management Institute’s Board of Companions.
Previously Duncan co-founded StartUp Britain, launched by the Prime Minister in March 2011 and was a non-exec of the Start Up Loans Company for its first year, moving to chair their advisory board after that. Other previous advisory boards roles have included Sheffield University Management School, the Centre for Entrepreneurs think tank and the Board of Companions at the CMI.
Prior to all this he’s been a failed cowboy in outback Brazil and a rather better Finance Director for a VC-backed publishing group with variety of other jobs in between.