Tag Archives: External Events
26 February 2014 - 10:40 am We Love Societies!
One of my big passions in my job is that I really love societies! I know how much hard work you put in, what great results you get and more importantly, how enterprising you are. One of my key projects that I run every year is the societies sponsorship- this is where we give you £100 towards your society. Earlier in the year, we opened applications but who were the lucky ones to get the funding?
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21 February 2014 - 1:21 pm How do you come up with a business idea? Skill Build 1.1
Yesterday, St George’s Lecture theatre was packed with loads of you waiting and willing to develop your skills on our Skill Build programme. This semester, we are looking at entrepreneurship and will be developing your knowledge on business start up, business legal matters and much much more. The first session was centred around how you come up with a business idea and how you can critically evaluate it. We also talked about the Business Model Canvas, which is a great way to scope our your business idea. Don’t worry if you missed the session, this blog will give you the basics of what we covered. Continue reading “How do you come up with a business idea? Skill Build 1.1” »
4 September 2013 - 10:02 am Business Business and More Business…
Hello everyone, as you know we love enterprising events that help businesses develop, progress, and generally give them some good support! So this post is just to give you a quick overview of some exciting events that will be happening in the coming weeks and months, please give them a read as they could be supremely helpful. Continue reading “Business Business and More Business…” »
25 July 2013 - 9:50 am Business Idea? Why not take a course? And we don’t mean ours
Do you have a business idea? If the answer is yes then we would normally tell you to get down to the enterprise zone asap and get some expert business advice, however we have just came across a new opportunity for you entrepreneurs out there to take a look at…
14 July 2013 - 10:08 am Growing social business event
Hey you there! Are you ready to discover how the social economy sector is making growing contribution through flexible and innovative procedures? Well, if you are interested enough to learn how the sector is meeting economic, social and challenging circumstances then you are more than welcome to join the Growing Social Business event. Continue reading “Growing social business event” »
8 July 2013 - 10:12 am Advertisement or Propaganda?
The most recent exhibition held at British Library is ‘Propaganda: Power and Persuasion’, which explores international state propaganda from the 20th and 21st centuries. Since I’ve been spending most of my time at British Library recently for my research, I’ve visited the exhibition a few times exploring new things every time. But one question was always there perplexing me when I was paging through books or fumbling in the exhibition store: How different is propaganda from advertisement? Continue reading “Advertisement or Propaganda?” »
3 July 2013 - 10:44 am Gripple Employee Ownership Open Day
In support of National Employee Ownership day, a joint initiative of the Government and the Employee Ownership Association (EOA), our buddies over at Gripple are hosting an Employee Ownership Open Day.
The day, which will take place at The Old West Gun Works, will give attendees the chance to meet and chat to companies using the employee owned model.
2 July 2013 - 1:46 pm USE in Bulgaria- Day One
Recently , I had the opportunity to go to Bulgaria for a Conference and Round Table Discussion in Youth Entrepreneurship and Innovations. The aim of the conference was to help shape enterprise in Bulgaria but it was also give me some ideas how we can change our programmes so that we can make them better for you. Over several blogs, I will talk about my experiences of the conference and what I got from it. Continue reading “USE in Bulgaria- Day One” »
23 June 2013 - 10:53 am Get involved in the festival season – but without the mud
Ah, festival season. A season of wellies, tent cities, disappointing weather and booze-fuelled weekends filled with music, joy and inevitably below-par toilet facilities. I love a good festival, but paying upwards of £150 to slum it in a £9 tent that doesn’t keep out the rain (to be fair, that last part was my own fault for being a massive, massive cheapskate) isn’t for everyone.
So, if you prefer your festivals mud-free and enterprise focused, then the Entrepreneurs Festival could well be for you.
21 June 2013 - 10:50 am The return of the Ideas Bazaar
Hey, you there! Got some great ideas? You have? Cool. Fancy collaborating and getting yourself a nice wad of funding to make them happen?
Of course you do, and that’s where the Ideas Bazaar could help you out.