Monday 10 June to Friday 14 June 2019, 10.00am–4.00pm each day
Attend this unique, 5-day summer course, to equip yourself with the skills, know-how and confidence to pursue your own entrepreneurial ideas. This course is relevant for any student or graduate who wants to become a freelancer, start their own business, or set up a community project.
A Crash Course in Entrepreneurship
Learn how to generate ideas, use a business model canvas to get your plans in shape, and test your ideas by following a lean approach.
A Crash Course in Marketing
Find out how to develop a clear vision for your business, and then draw a road map to your customers. Gain new ideas for your marketing campaign, and learn how to get things done on a budget.
A Crash Course in Using Social Media for Business
Find out how you can use different social media marketing tools to raise brand awareness, communicate with your customers, and generate new leads.
Crunching Numbers and Finding Funding
Learn how to budget for your business, get your pricing right, and manage your cash flow. Find out about the range of funding opportunities available to student and graduate entrepreneurs.
Grow Your Business
Ready to take your startup to the next level? Discover what it takes to grow bigger, learning from the experiences of local entrepreneurs.
Grow Your Network
Find out what networking is really about from the perspective of local entrepreneurs. Learn how to network more effectively, and build strong, professional relationships.
Make Money on Amazon
Find out how to generate a passive income by making money online as an Amazon private-label seller.
Pitch like a Pro
Sharpen your presentation skills and gain confidence in pitching your ideas to an audience – from clients and customers, to investors and partners.
Protect Your Ideas and Your Business
Get an insightful introduction to intellectual property rights, and how you can best protect your ideas and work.
Selling for Non-Sales People
Learn about the sales process, and find out how to generate leads, overcome customers’ objections, and secure your first sales.
Four successful graduates return to the university to share the highs and lows of starting up. Ask them questions, learn from their experiences, and be inspired.