28 February 2017 - 12:46 pm From Engineer to Entrepreneur Pt 1
2 years ago I was a budding chemical engineering student who thought that ‘I’ll just sell it’ was a perfectly valid business model and who had no idea how to code. So, I thought you might be interested to hear the story of how I progressed through one engineering academy and two Startup Weekends to emerge as the proud creator of a computer automation product. Continue reading “From Engineer to Entrepreneur Pt 1” »
10 February 2017 - 2:27 pm T.A.S.K and Infinity School get Evolve Grant Funding
Our February Pitch Den saw USE-supported startups The Ultimate Shortcut Keypad (TUSK) and Infinity School receive grant funding of £1100 and £600 respectively. Continue reading “T.A.S.K and Infinity School get Evolve Grant Funding” »
9:19 am Making Music Work
There’s much more to being a professional musician than performing, but it’s often the stuff people don’t teach you. Ever wanted to learn about other jobs in the arts industry? As a USE Intern, I will be conducting a series of sessions on February 28th open to anyone interested in pursuing a career in the arts industry, specifically as a self-employed career.
I am going to start a serialised blog in the new semester of 2017- A Survival Handbook of Digital Age. The main theme is to highlight the changing nature of the digital era and how we could catch up with it.
So, what is happening in the digital realm?
The answer is simple but a little bit scary. A step faster than the Artificial Intelligence, the social media platform has taken over the world.
31 January 2017 - 9:41 am USE supported business Tutora launches new crowdfunding campaign
Unrelenting in their explosive growth throughout the UK, EdTech startup Tutora are gearing up to launch a second round of crowdfunding to continue their expansion into the £6bn UK private tuition industry.
30 January 2017 - 3:57 pm The role of perseverance in Leadership
My Campaign Manager, Jas, had an extraordinary patience with me. She’d film over and over again my campaign video until she felt it seemed right. She had faith in me, as she had faith in the previous International Officer that she campaigned for, and she was right, because I won. Winning was the result of perseverance and the beginning of a journey of perseverance and this is what I am going to talk about. I will jump over my personal experience of running as I have already written something on it in another USE blog . Thus, I will delve directly into the world of Students’ Union Leadership.
The days of grafting away, endless days in the library to get that 2:1 and joining the endless amount of graduates entering the industry is a common depiction of a student life. But that is changing. Entrepreneurs are getting younger, with students now beginning to realise a graduate job might not be their only option. Why?
19 January 2017 - 1:43 pm Time Management: The struggle to not be late
Time Management is probably one of the most important things in ones professional life. Work life is full of deadlines, meetings and a schedule, that weather you like it or not, you may not have much influence in changing.
When I commenced on the challenge of developing a programme for international students to develop their entrepreneurship skills I was not expecting Brexit would happen or even that we would have Mr Turmp as the next US President. When the programme ended, I was not only watching the political landscape change but also how far western nations were driving away from globalisation and becoming a closed retrogressive society.
10 January 2017 - 2:30 pm Choose the Red Pill: Enter the Morpheus Cup
Are you a start up enthusiast? Do you want further your entrepreneurial and creative skills? Ready to meet with renowned industry experts?