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Junior Chamber International Business Enterprise Invite

Posted: 29th April 2014

JCI Edinburgh

Event: Business Enterprise
Start: May 22, 2014 6:00 pm
End: May 22, 2014 8:30 pm
Venue: Sky Bar
Address: The Point Hotel, 34 Bread Street,Edinburgh, EH3 9AF

JCI runs so many engaging activities to enhance the development of young professionals in Edinburgh. Our Business Enterprise Day is an Open event suitable for anyone who wants to find out more about JCI, hear from some Entrepreneurs and other Business professionals and network in a friendly environment.

We have two fantastic Business speakers for the evening. Our first speaker for the evening is entrepreneur Leah Hutchison from Appointedd. Appointeed is an online booking portal that lets you browse beauty salons and hairdressers near you, compare services across different salons, leave and read reviews, and of course, book appointments. Leah has appeared on the BBC 2 show Meet the Entrepreneurs and was a runner up of the Scottish Government’s EDGE programme.

Our second speaker is John Loughton, Youth Leader and Entrepreneur. John is a JCI World 2013 Ten Outstanding Young Persons winner, Winner of Big Brother Celebrity Highjack, Former Chair of the Scottish Youth Parliament and in his day job he is CEO of Dare 2 Lead. John will share his experiences of his Political and Business career and will provide us with Leadership top tips.

You will get the chance meet many of our members, Patrons and partners at the event and find out what event JCI Edinburgh has lined up for the coming months.

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