Find below a collection of useful information that will build over time as the movement grows.
The commercial development of research ideas and intellectual property into commercially viable products or processes that meet defined market needs.
The story of Red Dragon Flagmakers and Jo Ashburner Farr.
TestTown was a Carnegie UK Trust initiative to encourage both youth entrepreneurship and the revitalization of town centres.The original competition invited aspiring young entrepreneurs to showcase innovative business ideas that could challenge perceptions of the traditional high street. Such was its success that 10 towns across the UK were chosen to run their own TestTown event - this is Bridgend's TestTown story.
Read about Pembrokeshire College and some of the enterprise activities taking place there as well as information regarding the local economy and priorities for the area.
Working with local primary schools to develop the entrepreneurial mindset and can-do attitude.
The presentation will look at Jenny’s 24 month journey from 1st year student to Santander Universities Entrepreneur of the year. Additionally, the role of Cardiff Mets Entrepreneurship Centre in supporting Jenny and some of the key lessons learnt in supporting students from the creative industries is demonstrated.
What are the barriers and drivers of young entrepreneurs in Wales? Sharing findings of this recent research including segmentation findings, motivations and aspirations of young entrepreneurs in Wales.
A first business school to put Public Value at the heart of our activities – research, teaching and engagement. In simple terms, we are working to deliver both economic improvement and social improvement, recognising the role that business and management has to play in tackling some of the grand challenges in contemporary society.
Enterprise, employability and entrepreneurship have long been recognised as vital to each and every student’s ongoing success upon leaving Further and Higher Education.