Next CSM Business Club event

 

You are invited to attend our collaborative CSM Business Club event, showcasing Cardiff Met's business services and the effect its community action has on local businesses.

On Wednesday 18th October 2017, Cardiff Met's Business Club welcomes Simon Doherty from Pipes Brewery in Pontcanna, who will talk about setting up his brewery in the Artisan Quarter, his battle with Pepsi over the name of his beers, and the Cardiff-based community growing project that supplies hops for his special 'Taff Temptress' brew once a year (which includes our campus-based Community Garden!)

Sam Holt, coordinator of the hop growing project and local community growing expert, will also speak about the effect of community action on local food production and business.

There will also be opportunity to network and find out more about what the University can do for you, your business or your studies, with access to exciting pop-up stalls from local businesses.

Agenda

5.30pm  Refreshments and pop-up stalls
6.00pm  Welcome
6.05pm  Pipes Brewery talk and beer tasting
6.35pm  Community action talk
6.45pm  Q&A with panel
7.15pm  Refreshments, pop-up stalls and networking

Venue

Cardiff Metropolitan University
Cardiff School of Management
Llandaff Campus
Western Avenue
CF5 2YB

To book your place:

Email: csm-enterprise@cardiffmet.ac.uk or call 029 2020 5639

The CSM Business Club meets twice a year to engage academics, businesses and leading experts to strengthen links and highlight opportunities that are beneficial for all cardiffmet.ac.uk/businessclub

Further information

The evening will include a panel discussion with Simon, Sam and experts from the University's Food Industry Centre, our design facility FabLab, Tourism, Hospitality and Events department, and Centre for Entrepreneurship joining our guest speakers.

Some of the pop-up stalls will include information on:

  • Access to the University's design facilities, including FabLab
  • Consultancy, resources and business support from our Food Industry Centre (Zero2Five)
  • Centre for Entrepreneurship support and business start-ups
  • Work Placements
  • Accredited, bite sized short courses
  • Work based qualifications
  • Access to funding opportunities
  • Higher Apprenticeships and progression opportunities
  • Recognition of Prior Learning options
  • Student/ Research projects
  • Expert consultancy