Saturday, 4 October 2008

A Wonderful Evening at Cass

There's always a lot of pressure to deliver when you do a paid speaking event - my normal fee equates to around £1 a second - so it's quite nice to do one for free from time to time, and this week I was talking to the MBA students and alumni of Cass Business School in the City of London.

It was a wonderful evening during which we heard all about the new Peter Cullum Centre for Entrepreneurship including a new £10million seed fund available for Cass students, and then I spoke about my own entrepreneurial journey plus my book Business Nightmares.

A great audience, lots of questions, all my books sold out in seconds, plus a great networking session afterwards during which I was plied with copious amounts of wine.

Then yesterday I received the following email:

Hi Rachel,

I am Philip Mathew from Cass Business School. I was fortunate to attend your session yesterday. It was simply amazing. Thanks a lot for your great advice and help. The humbleness you have in spite of your achievements is what really touched me. Thank you once again.

Warm Regards,

It's great events and emails like that which keep me in this game!


Stephen said...

I used to work for PJC when he was barely a millionaire. He has done very well for himself.

Anonymous said...

Rachel....there are a lot of people who would like to hear you speak.

But Ive never seen an advance list of your engagements to know where and when to go.

Rachel Elnaugh said...

Hi Anonymous

I did think about including a list of future engagements on my website but decided against it.

I like to keep Barclays Bank on their toes...


Peter Cook said...

Hi Rachel,

Thanks again for a great evening. Hope you are enjoying the copy of 'Sex, Leadership and Rock'n'Roll'. Let me know what you think of it after your break.

Barclays Bank is, of course, cockney ryming slang...

All the best

Peter Cook