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Disclaimer

The information in this website is for general guidance on your projects and individual development and is not legal advice. If you need more details or specific legal or professional advice please seek it.

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Mentoring

Enactus UK Alumni acts simply as a facilitator in matching mentors to teams.

Each mentors comments and views are their own thoughts rather than that of the body of Enactus UK Alumni and should be taken with that understanding.

When mentors visit teams any guidance or comment they provide comes from their own personal experiences rather than a place of legal advice. As such teams and individuals should take the comments and thoughts, along with their own personal understanding and other sources of comment before applying to their individual circumstance.

Whilst mentors receive training it must be noted that this is to the best of our ability as a network and should not be treated as meaning they are professionally trained.

Should you require professional or legal advice you should seek it.

Our opinions are our own.