Lecture by Trevor Worth from Portcullis Legals
  • Lecture Theatre 1, Roland Levinsky Building, Plymouth University

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Trevor Worth believes business should be enjoyable and invigorating, whatever sector you are engaged in. If it doesn't make you want to get up and get motivated every working day, cut it and move on to something you do feel passionately about!

Trevor is an entrepreneur working to improve access to legal services that are innovative and completely client focused. He enjoys his roles in lecturing, mentoring and investing in start ups and focusing on entrepreneurship and innovation within universities and commercial enterprises, striving to help a younger generation of entrepreneurs and business leaders achieve their aims with sustainability and creativity at the forefront of their thinking. For him, it's all about doing the right thing, with the highest standards of education and ethics anchoring every aspect of his practice.

Having run his own legal services practice for 27 years in the South West with a focus on succession planning for families and businesses, the need for innovation and the highest standards of qualifications has never been greater in order to differentiate between firms.

This guest lecture is free for all Plymouth University students - contact amber.strong@plymouth.ac.uk for further information. 

About the BETA Enterprise Programme

The BETA Enterprise Programme aims to improve students’ entrepreneurial abilities by providing a comprehensive programme of support for their business ideas. The programme provides free pre start-up and start-up support for students at Plymouth University, and is run by the Plymouth Business School's Futures Entrepreneurship Centre.

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