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Law for Business

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07 MAY 2013

Global Entrepreneurship Week theme announced

Youth Business International is delighted to announce this year's theme for Global Entrepreneurship Week:

Take a step forward

Building on last year's invitation to "pass it on", we'll now be encouraging current and aspiring entrepreneurs to take a step forward in their plans - whether that's starting a business, seizing a new opportunity or finding out more about careers in enterprise.

We're looking forward to working with partners to encourage as many people as possible to take a step forward during Global Entrepreneurship Week 2013!

This year's Global Entrepreneurship Week will also be celebrating 10 years of enterprise history in the UK. The first Enterprise Week - now Global Entrepreneurship Week - was held in 1993, so 2013 will be our tenth anniversary. Over this time, everyone involved has helped hundreds of thousands of people make the most of the start-up opportunities that exist in the UK.

If you're a partner who has been involved with us for some time, perhaps even since the beginning, why not use this year's Global Entrepreneurship Week to celebrate your achievements to date?


Global Entrepreneurship Week UK is run by Youth Business International, a registered UK charity and company limited by guarantee. Registered in England & Wales, company number 06550164. Registered Charity number 1123946.



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