The Growth Club
with Charlotte Creplet and Nicolas Hubin
Are you an entrepreneur with an international scope and a strong desire to grow as well as having a focus on job creation? Then this programme is for you!
Join The Growth Club to connect with peers, learn something new, and eventually look forward to the next gathering.
PWI Brussels’ new Entrepreneurship Programme focusses on the essence of entrepreneurship: generating serendipity. Successful entrepreneurs intuitively understand that increasing the potential for unplanned fortunate coincidences is what sparks above average growth. Those happy coincidences are not found behind a computer screen or locked up in an office staring at a white wall. They are encountered by actively engaging with others, by being curious about what is being said and done, by exchanging ideas and thoughts. What better place to bond than a meal? And, what better time than the end of the month to reflect on the month that has been and prepare for the one coming up.
Join us and become part of the Growth Club - where leaders grow leaders.
About Charlotte Creplet:
Entrepreneur for more than 15 years, Charlotte Creplet is CEO of Sexocorner, a startup dedicated to sexual wellbeing, and is CMO/CIO of Bestarter, a non-profit school of entrepreneurship. It proposes an intensive program in Lean Methodology that helps long-time job seekers finding their own way into entrepreneurship.
Expert in communication, she is full-stack developer, designer and writer. She also manages her communication agency dedicated to startups, and has now joined as a co-founder SkillsFactory, an educational company that aims to revolutionize digital skills learning.
About Nicolas Hubin:
Nicolas Hubin is Head of program at Bestarter, a non-profit school of entrepreneurship which helps long-time job seekers finding their own way into entrepreneurship.
After having led a SME in Brussels for a couple of years, Nicolas departed to undertake a MBA at IE Business School, renowned for its entrepreneurship mindset. Since then, he has joined Next MVC, a startup agency specialized in early stage concept validation. He is currently busy with helping “spin-offers” and “startupers” alike, validate business opportunities as soon as possible in their project development process.
More recently, he co-founded SkillsFactory, an educational company, which is on the mission to revolutionize the way people learn and develop in-demand digital skills.
The participation fee includes lunch and drinks during lunch.
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