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The International Youth Foundation’s YouthActionNet® program presents:

 

The Accidental Entrepreneur

Brought to you with support from the Sylvan/Laureate Foundation and the American Express Foundation, this free YouthActionNet webinar is part of the Living Leadership Series designed to equip high potential emerging leaders to tackle the world’s toughest challenges.

Tuesday, December 10, 11:00AM EST

 

Have you ever wondered how entrepreneurs get their start? Did your entrepreneurial beginnings hold a few happy coincidences or ripe opportunities? During this webinar Rajeeb Dey, YouthActionNet Fellow and Founder and CEO of Enternships, will tell us how his path has taken him from a dorm room in Oxford University and bedroom office at his first venture to the successful enterprise he leads today. He will also share a few lessons for new start-ups picked up along his journey. Please join us for this exciting webinar with our special guest, Rajeeb Dey.

  

(Please note, space is limited)    

 

 

About the Presenter: Rajeeb Dey
Rajeeb Dey is aYouthActionNet Fellow and the Founder & CEO of Enternships – a platform for students and graduates to find internships and jobs in over 5,500 startups and SMEs for which he was awarded the O2 X Young Entrepreneur of the Year accolade and named the world’s youngest Young Global Leader by the World Economic Forum in 2012. Rajeeb is also a co-founder of Start Up Britain; the national campaign to inspire, celebrate and accelerate entrepreneurship in Britain, launched by the Prime Minister in 2011 and supported by HM Government. He was recognized by The Evening Standard as one of the “1000 Most Influential People in London” and earlier this year honored with the Queen’s Award for Enterprise Promotion in recognition of his work in the entrepreneurship sector for over ten years. Follow him on Twitter: @rajdey or his company @enternships

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