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Enter the Dragons’ Den at Skills London 2008

Are you prepared to do battle with dragons? Do you have an idea that will tame the beasts and a plan to make it happen? At Skills London 2008, the UK’s biggest careers event happening at ExCeL London on 20-22 November, students can compete in Dragons’ Den sessions to turn a great idea into a great product.

Part of Enterprise Week, these Dragons’ Den presentations will give students a chance to impress a panel of successful entrepreneurs in front of up to 50,000 visitors. Entry is free and there will be prizes for the winning teams.

Enterprise Week takes place 17-23 November and activities are planned worldwide as part of Global Entrepreneurship Week. You can find out more and enter your team by visitingwww.skillslondon2008.co.uk and clicking on Contact us.

At Skills London 2008, young visitors will be inspired to find solutions to their career conundrums. Skills London 2008 offers a vast range of industries, training organisations and advice providers waiting to share their enthusiasm with tomorrow’s workforce, showcasing the careers and skills opportunities currently available. The event, presented by business organisation London First, promotes serious messages in an engaging and positive way encouraging the capital’s youth to understand and extend their career ambitions.

Over 125 companies are already booked to attend and are committed to giving visitors the best opportunity to find out about jobs and careers that really interest them. Skills London 2008 works with exhibitors, ensuring each company can be interactive, inspiring the young visitors.

Inspired young people can find out about job opportunities in the industries that interest them most. Whether that’s the media or manufacturing, sport or science, entertainment or engineering, as Skills London 2008 is an interactive, hands-on event they may well find themselves entertained too!

Find out about exhibiting or visiting Skills London 2008 at www.skillslondon2008.co.uk

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