Free course for ambitious professionals that want to grow a purposeful network

GLIDE is back, with a brand new modular course.

GLIDE Radical Collaboration

GLIDE – Radical Collaboration is a fully funded, modular, online course you can curate yourself. Through keynote events, webinars and interactive workshops; completing this course will give you a grounding in modern networking and the knowledge to make the most of contemporary tools, opportunities and business models.

The old business relations between companies, customers, and their competition no longer rule. The rules are being re-written. Successful enterprises are putting purpose first, embracing fragmentation and making the most of a new collaborative landscape to build sustainable networks around ideas as much as products.

GLIDE – Radical Collaboration brings together experts to help you find others who share your ambition and who will help you push your ideas to the next level.

The course will kick off with a webinar on March 29th which features a keynote from Neil Gibb, author of The Participation Revolution.

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GLIDE Radical Collaboration course journey flow chart

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GLIDE also offers the opportunity to receive a £1,000 – £2,000 grant. The grant will be matched on a two thirds to one third basis. This means that for every £2 you invest in your own business, the programme will add £1. (Grants will be allocated based on an application and assessment basis. Terms and conditions apply.)


This incredible opportunity is FREE. Register to secure your place and do feel free to share with your networks. 

The Radical Collaboration course is delivered by always possible as part of the GLIDE project, on behalf of Buckinghamshire New University and is part funded by the European Regional Development Fund (ERDF) 2014-2020 Programme.

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Here are a few things participants said about our previous GLIDE programmes, which were aimed at new and aspiring entrepreneurs:

Thanks to GLIDE I’ve learnt so much in a short space of time from a variety of inspirational experts. I now have the knowledge and tools to create a realistic business plan and a road map to put my plan into operation.

Emma was really great at communicating a straight forward way to approach business planning.

Absolutely loved both Meg and Jody’s sessions, SO many takeouts it’s hard to just choose one.

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