This year, the University has the chance to enter two of our best student and graduate businesses into the competition. Apply by 26 April if you'd like to be in with a chance of the University nominating your start-up.
A Seminar on how to do business in China.
Devoch is a PR company based both in Birmingham, UK and Guangdong, China. It aims to support British businesses enter and grow in the Chinese market by providing bespoke and packaged services ranging from video producing, web design, online stores construction and branding to translation, interpretation and corporate events. In essence, what Devoch is offering to British retailers is an easier access into the Chinese market via ecommerce.
Attendance is free, register here: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/step-into-china-tickets-44912793374
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.