Domino executive’s inside track intel on grasping global opportunities
Rachel Hurst, the chief operating officer of world leading coding and marking business Domino Printing Sciences, will tell budding Cambridge entrepreneurs on Tuesday how to recognise whether a potential growth opportunity is worth pursuing or should be shunted into the sidings.
Domino has led the world in ink jet printing innovation since 1978 and was acquired by the Japanese corporation Brother Industries for £1 billion in 2015.
Hurst addresses Cambridge Judge Business School’s Enterprise Tuesday event on Tuesday November 7 with the session chaired by Professor Stelios Kavadias, academic director of the School’s Entrepreneurship Centre.
Registration is open from 6pm at Lecture Theatre 1, Cambridge Judge Business School.
A central question in entrepreneurship is when and how do people recognise an opportunity that is worth pursuing? How do we identify the true profile of a big opportunity and how do we assess the risks involved?
Hurst will tell university-based entrepreneurs how they can identify a big opportunity and how to identify the potential risks involved.
Enterprise Tuesday is a series of free evening lectures and networking sessions managed and delivered by Cambridge Judge Business School.
The programme aims to introduce participants to the world of business and to encourage individuals to pursue their entrepreneurial ambitions.
• You can analyse Tuesday’s event and the entire programme for the new series of lectures at jbs.cam.ac.uk