President: Chris Moller

Brining together the collective enterprise interests of RGU students to inspire and raise awareness for innovation and entrepreneurship. This society is open to students from all facilities within RGU that have an interest in starting their own business or have a business idea. Through networking events, group activities and socials; it's a great way to meet like-minded people.

Interested in business, entrepreneurship and start-ups?
A student looking to join a society?
Keen to network and connect with like-minded people?
Looking for your perfect exctracurricular to enhance your CV?

Connect with us and join now!

Interested?
Please get in touch with the committee via eisociety@rguunion.co.uk or one of the social media links.

Keep up to date on all events via our social media pages!

 

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