Virtual Escape Room – Crack the clues to save the startup business?

Virtual Escape Room – Crack the clues to save the startup business?
Friday 22 January 2021
5pm - 6pm
Zoom: Click below to join


Can you solve the clues and find the secret formula for one of RGU’s latest startup’s inventions? Can your team work together to crack the code? During this virtual event, teams will be put into groups and work through a video call to crack clues, answer questions, decipher codes and work step-by-step against the clock to be the first team to escape with the right answer to win prizes.  

Registration is required for this event. If you are playing as a group, make sure everyone registers and uses the same ‘team name’ in the form to allow us to put groups together in the session. If you do not have a team, don’t worry – you can still take part – just be sure to register and put ‘no team’ in the box and we will create team from those playing as individuals.

About the Entrepreneurship and Innovation Group 

The Entrepreneurship and Innovation Group works to support student, staff and alumni who aspire to run their own businesses to turn their ideas into viable businesses. We run events to inspire innovation, skills workshops to give you the tools to success and programmes to help create new businesses. Our goal is to help students and the university think broadly about the future and design the solutions for tomorrow. If you are interested in finding out about how we can help you then visit www.rgu.ac.uk/innovation

 


Meeting ID: 820 0235 2575
Passcode: RGUEIG - registration required



Having trouble accessing?
If you’re unable to access a particular event don’t worry, support is available.  In the first instance we recommend you view the short self-help videos.  You can also contact IT Support.

Self-help guides
- Microsoft Teams
- Blackboard Collaborate
- Zoom

IT Support
Website
Email: ITHelpdesk@rgu.ac.uk
Telephone: +44 (0) 1224 262777

RGU:Union:
Email: hello@rguunion.co.uk

Please note if we are made aware of issues accessing a particular session we’ll try to make alternative arrangements; for example by re-running later in the week or providing a recording.

Finally, the Union and university both have a wide range of support services which will provide dedicated and high quality support throughout the semester. You can find out more via Campus Moodle


















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