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Last Updated: January 15th 2019

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Considering working for yourself?

 

Considering working for yourself?

Interested in making both a difference and income? 

Ready to register and start your own business?

Alongside your studies or paid employment?   Or on full-time basis?

If so, then bseen offers an attractive package of start-up support for Newman students and graduates interested in developing a wide range of new ventures. Building upon creative and enterprising ideas from people like you, it’s a collaborative initiative between 4 universities in Birmingham and is part financed by the European Regional Development Fund

Successful applicants benefit from a variety of support including a two-day development programme on 21 and 22 March, tailored mentoring, a business grant of up to £500 and office space at the Newman Enterprise Hub and Digbeth.

There are two stages to the application:

  1. On line at https://b-seen.biz/students-and-graduates/bseen-application-form/ by 15 February 2019
  2. If shortlisted, a presentation and interview – w/c 25 February 2019

So if you have a great idea, the passion, commitment, and determination to register your new venture during 2019, visit www.b-seen.biz and make your application by 15 February.

If you have any questions regarding eligibility for the programme or the application form please email L.Willetts@newman.ac.uk or call Ben on 07572 186608

Considering working for yourself?

Interested in making both a difference and income? 

Ready to register and start your own business?

Alongside your studies or paid employment?   Or on full-time basis?

If so, then bseen offers an attractive package of start-up support for Newman students and graduates interested in developing a wide range of new ventures. Building upon creative and enterprising ideas from people like you, it’s a collaborative initiative between 4 universities in Birmingham and is part financed by the European Regional Development Fund

Successful applicants benefit from a variety of support including a two-day development programme on 21 and 22 March, tailored mentoring, a business grant of up to £500 and office space at the Newman Enterprise Hub and Digbeth.

There are two stages to the application:

  1. On line at https://b-seen.biz/students-and-graduates/bseen-application-form/ by 15 February 2019
  2. If shortlisted, a presentation and interview – w/c 25 February 2019

So if you have a great idea, the passion, commitment, and determination to register your new venture during 2019, visit www.b-seen.biz and make your application by 15 February.

If you have any questions regarding eligibility for the programme or the application form please email L.Willetts@newman.ac.uk or call Ben on 07572 186608

 

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