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4 April 2018 – Heropreneurs networking in Exeter

Come and join heropreneurs and hear the tale of how the team at Victor Mobility are making a better wheelchair.

This event will be of value to anyone in the armed forces community who is interested in setting up or growing their own business & those allies who wish to work with and support them. In addition to the talk there will be plenty of time for networking.

Phil Eaglesham is leading his team to build an innovative mobility device that will give confidence and independence to users.

Phil contracted Q Fever (Helmand Fever) during active service as a Royal Marine Commando in Afghanistan. As a result, he relies on wheelchairs and similar devices for his mobility. He has raised over £800k thus far to develop a working prototype with the Advanced Manufacturing Centre, Sheffield. In his spare time he’s a Paralympian.

Stephens Scown are kindly sponsoring the evening so all ticket sales will go to the charity.

Follow this link for more information and to book your place.

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