The festival, which has been organised by social kick-starter company School for Startups, aims to inspire small business owners and entrepreneurs with a range of talks from successful creative businesspeople.
Interior designer Cath Kidston, Jack Wills co-founder Rob Shaw and Innocent Drinks’ head of creative Dan Germain have all been confirmed to appear at the festival.
The event will also see more than 200 graduates from the School for Creative Startups programme launch their businesses to consumers, press and buyers at a pop-up marketplace.
Kidston said: "I’m really excited about the prospect of speaking at Makegood Festival and meeting the next generation of leading creative entrepreneurs.
"It can often be a challenge to turn your creative passion into a business. School for Creative Startups and events like Makegood, which celebrate creativity whilst offering a platform to showcase exciting new business ideas, are vital to the growth of this industry."
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