Lunch & Learn with the vegan entrepreneurs and Richard Bostock.
Richard will present the project landscape and consulting industry, and the mechanics of how they interact. It would be a high-level introduction to how projects work, the various actors (particularly consultants), jargon, benefits, and things to be aware of. The content of the presentation is applicable to any business, though the audience is specifically plant-based on this occasion.
After this talk, you will be ready to start with your own consulting business and know how to help other companies and people to become more plant-based friendly.
a) A day in the life of a consultant
b) The consultancy ecosystem
c) What drives the need for consultants?
d) Pain points experienced by consultants
We meet at the Impact Hub Zurich / Colab Zurich, on the 1st floor above the Café Auer, room C2
// How to get there
At Limmatplatz, head to the Post building. Just before the Post turn left into the Ausstellungsstrasse. Follow the street for about 100m. Pass through the archway to your left where the street takes a turn. This is the entrance the the Impact Hub (there should be a sign).
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BYO: Bring your own lunch to the event. There are several places around the Limmatplatz who offer vegan sandwiches or take out meals such as Panini from da Marcos, Auer & Co (in the Impact Hub), Migros etc.
****Please don’t forget to RSVP for this event as the seats are limited.****
We start at 12:15. We have the room reserved until 1:30 p.m. but don’t worry if you have to leave earlier.
Richard is a member of the vegan entrepreneurs network and is keen to share his profound experience with you. He believes in the power of combining our differences to create truly innovative yet simple solutions.
“I am a project management professional with 15 years’ experience, mainly in banking, also in IT, logistics, energy, retail and construction. I enjoy elaborating ideas, and of course helping turn them into reality. Thankful of having had the opportunity for travel and living within different communities, I now want to help make the world a better place by improving the vegan lifestyle. Sharing our stories and perspectives is what fuels progress, and for this reason I would like to get more involved with the vEntrepreneurs community. In particular if you are looking for a sparring partner, advice, or assistance, do get in touch!” Richard