In each Focus On article, we celebrate innovative projects that have been supported by Warwick Enterprise or other colleagues at the university, from start-ups to student societies.
In this article, Prema Doraisamy discusses how she and her co-founder, Bethany Staff, created and developed a platform to provide free online finance courses for UK schools.
Ellie Mayall, the incoming president of Warwick Girl Boss Society, looks back on the events of this academic year, and looks forward to seeing the society grow in the future.
This start-up was founded by two Warwick students, Alex Balderstone (BSc International Business with French) and Trishna Nagrani (BSc Economics). In this article, Alex describes the genesis of the idea, and reports on their progress since then.
In this article, Maddie Booth (BASc Politics and Global Sustainable Development finalist) reflects on her enterprising achievements at Warwick and Monash.
In this article, Mads Hoefer (final-year PPE student) describes his experience of entrepreneurship at Warwick, and his involvement in a wide range of innovative ventures.
In this article, Jan Angelo M. Balagtas (President of Warwick SEED, 2019/20) looks back at the society’s progress this year.
On 22nd-23rd February, Warwick Congress held their annual conference. In this article, Giacomo Bottoli reports on the event.
Giacomo Bottoli reports on the recent launch of Warwick Cup, a reusable cup scheme on campus.
Mustafa Khraishi, a graduate of Warwick and Sussex, discusses the variety of entrepreneurial projects he has initiated, collaborated on, or otherwise engaged with, and the support he has received from both universities.
Warwick graduate, Don Lee, shares his experience of launching a start-up.
On Monday 18th November 2019, the WMG Accelerator team successfully hosted a networking and team-building event which brought together entrepreneurial students of different backgrounds to share and build upon their common business interests.
On the 9th of October University of Warwick launched its Creative and Digital Communities’ initiative. This initiative sits within the Innovation Group led by David Plumb, Chief Innovation Officer, whose Innovation Strategy highlights the need to connect the University with local creative and digital talent across the region.
Amber Pocklington received student enterprise funding which she used to help expand her social enterprise Hip-Hop to Help. Amber explains what Hip-Hop to Help does and how support from Warwick Enterprise allowed her project to grow to the benefit of more people in the community.