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Lego Enterprise Challenge


Come along to our LEt'sGO Enterprise Challenge!

On Saturday 23rd November we are hosting a drop-in session in MB0.07 (Mathematical Science Building) where you will be able to experiment with Lego pieces to build and demonstrate a prototype for a business idea you may have or to demonstrate the workings of a business.

Why Lego?

Lego is a fun and practical way to explore your ideas and supports team working and active engagement with ideas. It also helps to visualise different ideas and concepts using physical blocks rather than descriptions and drawings.

The session will run from 10am-5pm but you can come and go as you wish. Refreshments will be provided throughout the day. We would be grateful if you could complete the short interest form below so that we get a rough idea how many people will be attending some part of the session.

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