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Last Updated: December 6th 2019

BSeen business

Thinking about starting your own business?

Interested in making a difference and an income? 

Work alongside your studies or paid employment?  

If so, bseen offers an attractive package of start-up support for Newman students and graduates.  Building on creative and enterprising ideas from people like you, it’s a collaborative programme run across four universities in Birmingham and is part financed by the European Regional Development Fund.

Successful applicants benefit from a variety of support including a five day development programme that will take place in April 2020, tailored personal  mentoring, a business grant of up to £500 and workspace and networking at one the partner institutions.

We are not accepting applications to join the BSEEN programme at the moment. Our next cohort will start in Spring 2020 with application process  opening early in 2020. You can register your interest in the programme through the BSEEN website, by completing the application form.

Once applications open there is a two stage process of written application and interview where you will present your ideas.  So if you have a great idea, the passion, commitment, and determination to start your new venture during 2020, visit the bseen website to find out more and contact Lynda L.Willets@newman.ac.uk or Helen H.Hurman@newman.ac.uk to check on your eligibility.

 

EU Development Fund

 

BSEEN Success Stories

Bobby Bradstock - 2019 graduate

Bobby Bradstock – Serenity Psychotherapy

Birmingham Skills for Enterprise and Employability Network (BSEEN) has recently named Bobby Bradstock, an Alumna of Newman University, as its Entrepreneur of the month.

Bobby studied for her BSc in Psychology and Counselling Studies before progressing to gain her MSc in Integrative Psychotherapy, studying both at Newman University, and graduating in 2019.

Throughout her studies, Bobby gained work experience at Newman Health & Wellbeing and in her final year, Bobby entered into the BSEEN programme and was successful in gaining funding for her business. She began building her brand and website, eventually creating Serenity Psychotherapy.

Since graduating, Bobby’s business has grown and Serenity Psychotherapy now has an office in Hall Green as well as in Earlswood. Bobby has worked with tuition providers, social enterprises, and holistic wellbeing providers and most recently held her first networking event with Santander in Birmingham.

All of the above have contributed to Bobby being named as BSEEN’s Entrepreneur of the month.

Read more about Bobby’s story at Newman.

Read more about Bobby’s BSEEN journey.

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