But I don’t want to work for someone else…

We’re all different, that’s one of the joys of being us.  Our society works because we all want different things – it’d be no good if we all wanted to go and be accountants, or teachers, or doctors or even prime ministers.

Just as we all want different jobs, we want different ways to do them.  Some of us want to work for smaller employers, others want multinationals; some want private sector, others public.  But what if you don’t actually want to work for anyone but yourself – is that too scary to even contemplate?

It may not be the most common route to take after graduation, but for some people self employement and running their own business is the dream. As with many alternative career choices, it can be difficult to find out more information.  I’d recommend having a good read through the self employment information on the careers service website, as this has some crucial things to consider and some great links out to other schemes and support you can access.

One of the best things you can do when trying to find out what a different career path is like is to talk to someone that’s already followed it!  Well, if that interests you, read on…

Unsure what to do after graduation? Fancy taking a risk on going alone?

If risk taking is your game, then why not attend “Are you crazy enough to run your own business?” and find out whether you have the nerve to go it alone.

Our panel of successful local business entrepreneurs will tell you how they’ve got where they are today and what they would do (or not do) again. Here’s your opportunity to quiz them about their journey and benefit from their ideas and suggestions. Plus we’ll provide a networking opportunity where you can get up close and personal with our panel guests.

If you want to find out if you are crazy enough to run your own business – join us on Tuesday 2nd March from 16.00pm – 18.00pm, MBS East. Book online if you want to go along

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