A challenge to encourage and support students/graduates in the creation of an innovative business idea, which might include a Social Enterprise. Launching for the eighth year in October 2017 and concluding in May 2018, the process includes a series of support workshops, business mentoring and continuous online support, resulting in the submission of a final business plan. All support workshops are captured on film and broadcast live through Facebook Live with edited highlights available on YouTube. See previous videos here
If you missed the Enterprise Challenge launch in September, then you can watch our re-cap here
University of Greenwich student – Please enrol on the Moodle course BUSI-1151-B
You can find out more about our previous business planning competitions here
Downloadable templates for the enterprise challenge are here
Can you help as a Mentor? – see here
‘The enterprise challenge workshops have been enormously helpful for those of us who have big ideas but not much business experience’- Lauren Sternberg
‘Valuable insights highly important’ – Ahammed Saheen
‘One of the best experiences in University, I have just returned from a placement where I realised that I can work on my own, but this challenge is helping me to make my idea a reality’ – Silviu Cogoncaru
‘I have really enjoyed the workshop sessions and I have learnt in depth key elements of business’ – Jason Dennis
Santander are part sponsors of our Enterprise Challenge. We are grateful to be part of the Santander Universities, a global network of innovative entrepreneurial universities. Jerry Allen recently met Manish Kumar from Rutgers, the State University of New Jersey to discuss cooperation.
Jerry Allen meets Professor Jeffrey Robinson, Director of Enterprise, Rutgers the State University of New Jersey
During one week each November, thousands of events and competitions in 160 countries inspire millions to engage in entrepreneurial activity while connecting them to potential collaborators, mentors and even investors. 2016 programme here.
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