Plymouth Enterprise Week 2015
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Every November, the City of Plymouth and Plymouth University hosts a programme packed full of events to contribute to what’s now known as Global Entrepreneurship Week  

Global Entrepreneurship Week is the world’s largest campaign to promote entrepreneurship. Each year, it plays a critical role in encouraging the next generation of entrepreneurs to consider starting up their own business.

Plymouth partners have once again worked together to produce a wide programme of events and activities to suit a range of audiences.

The 2015 theme was 'Make It Happen' and details of the events that took place at the University are highlighted below. 

Information about other events and activities that happened in Plymouth during the week can be found at

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Today's events

Plymouth Enterprise Week 2016

Plymouth University and its partners have once again put together an exciting programme of events and activities to suit a range of audiences, supporting the overarching ambition to build one global, entrepreneurial ecosystem.

Discover the full schedule of events

Plymouth Enterprise Week 2015 events on the University website

Global Entrepreneurship Week High Impact Host Award Holder

The University has consistently won a high impact award in recognition of its contribution to Global Entrepreneurship Week, since its inception

Plymouth Enterprise Week is part of Global Entrepreneurship Week, a worldwide movement of entrepreneurial people, with millions unleashing their enterprising talents and turning their ideas into reality. Around 2,000 events are held across the UK as a whole and more than 250,000 people take part in activities during the week.

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