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26 January, 2011 - 15:16 By Staff Reporter

Explorer inspires budding entrepreneurs at CfEL event

Sir Ranulph Fiennes (left) with CfEL director, Shai Vakarnam, at Enterprise Tuesday. Photograph by Philip Mynott

Explorer Sir Ranulph Fiennes inspired budding entrepreneurs with a fantastic talk to a capacity audience at the Enterprise Tuesday event organised by Cambridge University’s Centre for Entrepreneurial Learning.

He also signed copies of his new book ‘Beyond the Limits’. Photographer Philip Mynott captured Sir Ranulph  and CfEL director, Shai Vyakarnam, in what was a rare quiet moment for both of them.

Students and other budding entrepreneurs keen to learn about ‘Building a Dream team’ can hear talks by biotech entrepreneur Cynthia Larbey and Billy Boyle, co-founder and president of operations of Cambridge-based chemical detector company, Owlstone Nanotech, at the next Enterprise Tuesday on February 1. Mark Gerhard, who heads up Cambridge based games industry innovator, Jagex, is next up on February 15. For details click here.• PHOTOGRAPH SHOWS: Sir Ranulph Fiennes (left) with CfEL director, Shai Vakarnam, at Enterprise Tuesday. Photograph by Philip Mynott

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