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Setsquared Exeter events

By October 18, 2018January 26th, 2021Member News & Updates, Why Exeter blog



Creative Entrepreneur Panel Series
Exeter’s Student Startup team have curated a series of free of charge panel talks, open to students and the public, taking place over the coming academic year.  “Death of the artist, birth of the creative entrepreneur: it’s ok to be an artist with business goals” and will take place at The Deck based in the Innovation Centre on 18 October from 4-6pm. Read More.


Castle Demos are back with a fantastic new venue!
SETsquared Exeter are delighted to unveil a date for Castle Demos on Tuesday 23 October from 6-9pm . This time, the evening will be hosted at the newly opened Innovation Centre startup space, The Deck. If you’re interested in supporting local entrepreneurs or would like to have a go at pitching, please come along. Read More.


How to become an entrepreneur while studying
The Exeter MBA, Exeter Centre for Entrepreneurship and Entrepreneurship Society welcome you to a talk by Mads Faurholt-Jørgensen.  Mads is a serial entrepreneur who has founded more than 30 companies with thousands of employees, across 20 countries in industries from tech to education, to HR. Join us at The Deck, The Innovation Centre from 6pm on Wednesday 24 October. Read More.


“How to fall over in generally the right direction and pick yourself up”
What makes an entrepreneur? Can anyone become one? Do entrepreneurs exist only in small companies? How important is failure to success? Adam Boyden will try to answer these and other questions as he recounts his experiences building successful companies across six industries and three continents, since he graduated from the University of Exeter in 1990. Join Adam – 25 October from 17:15 at the Innovation Centre.  Book here:


Join regional businesses to tackle water and data challenges
The Environmental Futures & Big Data Impact Lab has united the Eden Project, the Met Office, South West Water and the Environment Agency to develop the Water Resilience Challenge, which launches with a free and fully-catered, two-day hackathon-style ‘bootcamp’ on 6-7 November at Exeter Science Park. Read More.