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WHEN


10 MARCH 2018

Starting at 9:00

WHERE


LONDON, UK

The Light at Friends House,
173-177 Euston Road, NW1 2BJ

WHEN


10TH – 11TH MARCH
2018

Starting at 9:00

WHERE


LONDON, UK

The Light at Friends House,
173-177 Euston Road,
NW1 2BJ

About us


The LSE SU Polish Economic Forum is the central initiative of the LSE SU Polish Business Society. It remains the largest student-led conference in London and year on year, it succeeds in attracting the most famous names in the Polish Business scene. The forum brings together influential Businessman as well as intellectually curious students to create a discussion about the most pressing, contemporary issues.  This year, under the theme “A Century of Independence: Romantic Aims, Realistic Means”, we will discuss the modern challenges and opportunities to grow and develop in the area of politics, business and economy.

About us


The LSE SU Polish Economic Forum is the central initiative of the LSE SU Polish Business Society. It remains the largest student-led conference in London and year on year, it succeeds in attracting the most famous names in the Polish Business scene. The forum brings together influential Businessman as well as intellectually curious students to create a discussion about the most pressing, contemporary issues.  This year, under the theme “A Century of Independence: Romantic Aims, Realistic Means”, we will discuss the modern challenges and opportunities to grow and develop in the area of politics, business and economy.

Startup Challenge


Dear guests and participants,

 

Great things start with great words. But the first step is not enough to achieve true success. Understanding the difficulties that young entrepreneurs face, we as the Polish Business Society at the LSE decided to create the Start Up Challenge – a contest which aims to select, reward and help the best Polish start-ups to further develop their projects.

 

Despite the fact that it is only the first year of our initiative, the Start Up Challenge has aroused tremendous interest among start-ups and received vast support from the investors and jury. We received numerous excellent applications, which made the selection of finalists extremely difficult. That is why, along with our independent jury, we selected the five most innovative projects to compete for amazing awards.

 

Now is the time for the most interesting and entertaining part of the Start Up Challenge – Dragon’s Den! During this final part, you will have the chance to see how all of the finalists pitch their business ideas and tackle questions from a professional jury. Beware, as at the end you will all have the opportunity to vote for and support your favourite start-up!

 

We look forward to welcoming you at the Dragon’s Den!

See our Finalists!


Startup Challenge


Dear guests and participants,

 

Great things start with great words. But the first step is not enough to achieve true success. Understanding the difficulties that young entrepreneurs face, we as the Polish Business Society at the LSE decided to create the Start Up Challenge – a contest which aims to select, reward and help the best Polish start-ups to further develop their projects.

 

Despite the fact that it is only the first year of our initiative, the Start Up Challenge has aroused tremendous interest among start-ups and received vast support from the investors and jury. We received numerous excellent applications, which made the selection of finalists extremely difficult. That is why, along with our independent jury, we selected the five most innovative projects to compete for amazing awards.

 

Now is the time for the most interesting and entertaining part of the Start Up Challenge – Dragon’s Den! During this final part, you will have the chance to see how all of the finalists pitch their business ideas and tackle questions from a professional jury. Beware, as at the end you will all have the opportunity to vote for and support your favourite start-up!

 

We look forward to welcoming you at the Dragon’s Den!

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The Light at Friends House

173-177 Euston Road

NW1 2BJ


The Waldorf Hilton Hotel

Aldwych

WC2B 4DD


Contact us

LSE SU Polish Business Society Students’ Union


Contact us via e-mail

Localization

Saw Swee Hock Student Centre,
1 Sheffield Street, London WC2A 2AP

Start-up Challenge enquiries

INFO@POLISH-BUSINESS.ORG