We will be hosting a 'Question Time'-style event on Tuesday 25th June where students will have the opportunity to hear from and question a panel of experienced innovators and enterprise educators.
Five things you probably didn’t know about the creative industries in the area.
Varisty Pitch Now 2019 has now launched and applications are open for a chance to win £15,000 by entering the competition.
"Since the inception of Varsity Pitch 10 years ago, we have seen thousands of innovative and creative businesses from students and graduates. This year, we will continue to hunt for the best businesses across the UK."
Meetups with Innovation Fellows
Innovation Fellows Monday Meetups
Our Innovation Fellows will be delivering short meetup sessions on a range of topics to help you develop your business skills across four dates in February and March. The sessions will focus on a different topic each week (listed below).
Monday 4th February 6-7pm - Oculus Cafe
Monday 18th February 6-7pm -Oculus Cafe
Ideas Clinic with Innovation Fellows
Our Innovation Fellows will be available to meet-up and discuss your ideas at one of our upcoming Ideas Clinics. The clinics will be held on the following dates:
Tuesday 29th January (Oculus Cafe)
Monday 11th February (Oculus Cafe)
Monday 25th February (Oculus Cafe)
Tuesday 12th March (Oculus Cafe)
These events will be a space to use as an unofficial sounding board where you can suggest your business ideas to the Innovation Fellows and they will have the opportunity to signpost you to university resources which could be useful to you.
The Bakery is a corporate led accelerator and incubator with over five years experience helping startups make revenue from corporate clients. Along the way they've helped tech companies like Babylon Health, Digital Genius and TouchCast to scale through £m contracts with our corporate clients.
A Santander match-funding initiative to support students from Santander partner universities across the UK (including Warwick) to address the challenges, issues and priorities that they've identified, via a £100,000 fund, and support students who turn to the crowd to make great ideas happen (via crowdfunder).
Thrive is a new social accelerator from Unltd. helping ambitious social ventures to scale. It combines six months of intensive support with the opportunity to secure investment of up to £50,000 for your social venture.
If you're between the ages of 16 to 25 and keen to seize the self-employment opportunity, these free workshops are for you!
Enterprise Nation has relaunched the Student Start-up of the Year competition, powered by Enterprise Trust.
UoB offers a variety of support options for SMEs inc access to equipment, business accommodation, funding opportunities, Knowledge Transfer Partnerships (KTP), student recruitment, and UoB Business Club.