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KERNER CEO HOLDS FUNDRAISING EVENT FOR VICTIMS OF TYPHOON HAIYAN IN OSLO

Eric Edmeades, CEO of Kerner Studios (Canada) and owner of the Kerner Group of companies in the USA is touring Norway in support of Global Entrepreneurship Week and will be hosting a special benefit event on Friday, November 22, 2014.

OSLO, NORWAY – 20 November 2013 – Global Entrepreneurship Week is recognized by 138 countries and takes place from 18-24 November 2013. Global Entrepreneurship Week seeks to inspire business owners and would-be entrepreneurs to realize their business potential through a series of events and activities all over the world.

Working with local event producer, Elevate AS, Edmeades is hosting a special workshop for business owners and entrepreneurs; 100% of event proceeds will do to the direct benefits of Typhoon Haiyan in the Philippines.
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ERIC EDMEADES TOURS NORWAY IN SUPPORT OF 
GLOBAL ENTREPRENEURSHIP WEEK

Eric Edmeades, CEO of Kerner Studios (Canada) and owner of the Kerner Group of companies in the USA is touring Norway in support of Global Entrepreneurship Week and will be speaking to entrepreneurs about business success and the role of small business in social programs and in the recovery of the global economy.

OSLO, NORWAY – 20 September 2013 – Global Entrepreneurship Week is recognized by 138 countries and takes place from 18-24 November 2013. Global Entrepreneurship Week seeks to inspire business owners and would-be entrepreneurs to realize their business potential through a series of events and activities all over the world.

In 2012 Kerner CEO Eric Edmeades toured the United Kingdom in support of Global Entrepreneurship Week speaking at events alongside President Bill Clinton, actor Kevin Spacey and TV celebrity Bear Grylls. This year, Edmeades continues the tradition with a series of entrepreneur-focused events in Norway.

Edmeades will speak at a number events around Norway, including Gründermesse, a multi-day entrepreneurship conference and exhibition in Oslo where he will headline with two keynote presentations.

“Most entrepreneurs start companies believing that being a business owner will make them more Read More