The summer may be coming to an end, but “the Glastonbury for entrepreneurs” is still two weeks away.
Tickets for MADE: The Entrepreneur Festival, are now available from £30 per day (or £50 for two days), with the event’s chair Michael Hayman comparing the festivities to the UK’s eminent music gathering.
MADE will attract a similarly five-star line-up on the 20 and 21 September, with over 25 high profile speakers confirmed to attend. They include Robin Rowland, CEO of YO! Sushi, Masala Masala’s Priya Lakhani, Joe Cohan, founder of Seatwave and Cobra Beer’s Lord Bilmoria.
Attendees will also be rubbing shoulders with the ‘E20’ – a newly established group of Britain’s leading business minds, who will have their first meeting at Chatsworth House during the festival, and aim to generate ideas to accelerate the country’s economic recovery.
Festival organisers will once again be running the ‘Entrepreneur Express’ train, to transport London’s business owners to the festival site in Sheffield. This year they also introduce The MADE Chopper, a special helicopter service to help entrepreneurs travel even faster.
MADE has expanded rapidly since launching in 2010 and will this year be held in Sheffield City Hall – which has the capacity to welcome up to 3,000 entrepreneurs.
For more information or to buy tickets, visit the MADE: The Entrepreneur Festival website