Birmingham Skills for Enterprise and Employability Network
Newman University is part of the regional BSEEN project. BSEEN offers students and graduates a great package of intensive start-up support for new ventures.
Successful participants benefit from a variety of workshops, networking opportunities, tailored mentoring, grant and work space at Birmingham Science Park Aston, Birmingham City University, University Birmingham or Newman University.
To find out more go to the bseen website: http://www.b-seen.biz/
@Newman University in november 2017
A brain for business How to create winning ideas with Mike Bandar
Date: Tuesday 14th November 2017
Time: 9am – 12pm
An idea is simply a clash between an opportunity and a solution, the real art is spotting the right idea for you and ensuring it can grow into a viable business. This workshop will equip you to spot the opportunities and ideas around you, as well as the knowledge and skills to assess whether your idea, new or old, has what it takes to make a real business.
Use the workshop to develop your Enterprise Challenge Drinks Mat entry (and post at reception by 30 November)
A powerful way to test your business ideas with Will Pritchard from Uncaged Ventures
Date: Tuesday 28th November 2017
Time: 9am – 12pm
In the lean start-up, the goal is to minimise the time it takes to cycle through the build-measure-learn loop. The focus should not be on building the perfect product, but on building something basic and then improving it based on customer feedback. The Minimum Viable Product (MVP) is a key part of that loop. This session will give you the knowledge to start building your very own MVP.
Use the workshop to test your Enterprise Challenge Drinks Mat entry (and post at reception before leaving Newman on 30 November)
Interested and wish to register for a free place?
Then email email@example.com now!
There are a limited number of places available at each workshop. Registration signifies a firm commitment on your part to attend on the day.