Be inspired to find your purpose and passion in this live beepurple event open to all

Neurodiverse Founders: dynamic startup stories

Wednesday, 1 March, from 5:30pm until 7:30pm, in-person, City Campus.

Do you have millions of ideas but get overwhelmed trying to do too much? Do you have a passion that could lead to a great freelance business, social enterprise or startup but feel frozen and hesitant to unlock your brilliance? Then join us and meet our line-up of guest speakers who understand your experience and will share their tips on starting your journey to doing something that you really care about.

Book your free ticket here

Meet five local founders

During this interactive panel event, hosted in collaboration with The Connection Hub, you will have the chance to meet five, local founders who identify as being neurodiverse. The panellists will all reflect on their entrepreneurial journeys to date, and will share practical tips on how you can develop a compelling vision for your startup or freelance business.

Open to all

This event is for everyone – however you identify – and is for anyone who wants to learn from inspirational founders (including a social media consultant, a videographer and visual storyteller, a social entrepreneur, and a business coach) who have all successfully started up and grown a flourishing, small business.

We look forward to seeing you to share our experiences and get fired up and confident to create something purposeful and meaningful!

The founders:

Mark Blake is a University of Brighton student and cofounder of @the_connection_hub,  a community for neurodivergent people, by neurodivergent people.

Michelle Allen is founder of @infiniteupstart.  She is a coach who helps you slow your overwhelm and grow your business.  She is a personal trainer for her clients’ mindset!

Atif Choudhury @atifchoudhury_  of @diversity_and_ability is an award-winning social entrepreneur, with a background in economic justice and disability inclusion projects.

Matthew Bellringer  is a social innovationist who explores and shares the ways that we can benefit from neurodiversity, both individually and collectively.

Roxy van der Post is founder of @myosotisfilmphotography, a brand storytelling company that amplifies the voices of changemakers through visual storytelling.

Ella Gilchrist founder of @sociellauk and University of Brighton graduate is  a social media manager and content creator.

Book your FREE ticket here 

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Helen Carley • 22/02/2023

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