Nov. 27, 2017
Kent Business School students to receive business start-up mentoring
Kent Business School students are to receive mentoring from leading business experts at firms in the local area to teach them how to turn business start-up ideas into fully-fledged companies.
The Business Start-Up Journey is run by Kent Business School (KBS), and is part of a 12-week competition that was launched on Wednesday 22nd November for students at KBS, as well as the University of Kent’s School of Computing and School of Economics.
To entre the competition students need to pitch and develop their business ideas, as well as seek funding to get them started.
Previous entrants to the Business Start-Up Journey have gone on to launch businesses from ideas generated in the competition.
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Content added on 27th November 2017.
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