Enter Youngtrepreneurs Network’s The Start-Up Challenge Business Competition for a chance to win upto £10,000 investment to start your own business or grow an existing one!
Catalyst Founders seek to invest a maximum of GBP50,000 per company, across 50 young founding teams over the next 3 years.
The driving initiative behind Catalyst Founders is to source and nurture individuals with an instinct for entrepreneurship. Continually on the hunt for fresh talent and ideas, they recognise the unpolished potential of youth. Consequently they look for natural-born entrepreneurs, no older than 23, who may be at the early stages of their careers, but are nevertheless dedicated to developing innovative ideas into a material reality.
A cross-border exchange programme which gives new or aspiring entrepreneurs the chance to learn from experienced entrepreneurs running small businesses in other participating countries. New entrepreneurs gather and exchange knowledge and business ideas with an experienced entrepreneur, with whom they stay and collaborate for a period of 1 to 6 months. The stay is partly financed by the European Commission.
Grants of up to £5k are available to support three types of activity: Explorer, improving people's knowledge; Transformer, supporting skills and experience; Changemaker, innovative solutions to social challenges. Grants available to UK registered charities, community interest companies and credit unions. The Discovery Foundation was previously known as The Santander Foundation.
Aged 16-30? Trading for less than 1 year or looking to start trading in the next 6 months?
Have an idea that addresses the UK's future transport, energy, or natural resource challenges, or makes our urban environments cleaner and more sustainable places to work and live in.
£5,000 to monthly winner
‘Wow’ an audience with a sensational new business idea, concept or product in 60 seconds
Prizes between £500 - £1,500 as well as advice and support from Santander.
DEADLINE: Applications accepted 3 monthly
Deadline: Autumn Term 2016
The University of Warwick is part of a scheme, run in conjunction with the Home Office, to find (non-EEA national) students who will graduate from the University of Warwick this year. The scheme aims to identify, nurture and develop graduate entrepreneurs with a genuine, credible and innovative business idea who wish to stay in the United Kingdom to develop their new venture.
Grants of between £100 - £3,000 towards personal project
Deadline: The next deadline will be during Spring Term 2018.
The Lord Rootes Memorial Fund is intended to encourage personal development by supporting challenging projects proposed by individual and groups of Warwick students, especially projects:
Awards are not available to support activities which form part of an applicant's programme of study or planned future research.
You should consider within your proposal what you hope to gain from the project in terms of personal development. If your project includes an element of research, you will also be expected to demonstrate that you have carefully considered your research methods.