Which school is the best place to learn how to make a living as an entrepreneur?
Students at four universities have gathered at the UK’s first student entrepreneurship hub to learn the best way to start their own businesses and to find the best mentors to help them succeed.
The UK is home to more than 300,000 students, but only about 2,500 start-ups are recognised by the government.
The Hub has been set up by The Lad, a network of students, academics and entrepreneurs, who have worked with the government to create a new national student entrepreneurship project.
The hub will provide students with a place to network, build relationships and learn about the industry.
More than 30 student entrepreneurs have joined The Lad in their quest to start a business.
The students will receive mentoring, advice and advice on how to navigate the business sector and create their first product, which is then shared with the broader community.
They will be able to access support through the Entrepreneurship Hub website, which provides resources to help students and employers navigate the market.
They will also receive support through The Lad’s Entrepreneurships for Everyone initiative, which offers scholarships and grants to UK-based entrepreneurs, as well as support from the Government’s Business Development Fund.
The Hub aims to increase the number of UK entrepreneurs and create a sustainable network of UK students and entrepreneurs.
Launched in 2014, the hub is now run by The Larmer Foundation, which also runs the UK-wide StartUp Network, a partnership between UK business leaders and UK students.
It was established to bring together entrepreneurs from across the country to share information, resources and ideas.
A student hub is important to the UK because of the country’s global position in the global startup ecosystem, says co-founder and Hub co-director Andrew Lister.
We want students to feel comfortable, to know that they can get support if they need it and we want to ensure that we have the best, most innovative and most connected group of students to help create the future of entrepreneurship.
One of the best ways for students to get involved is by joining the Hub, says founder and hub co-executive, Simon Lister, who has been involved in entrepreneurship for more than 20 years.
“We’ve seen a huge amount of people wanting to take on the role of Hub cofounder, and we wanted to make it easier for them to get started,” he said.
This is the first time the Hub has expanded beyond the UK, with more than 100 students working in the UK.
Students will be given a choice of whether to join the Hub and work in a London-based startup or stay in the hub and work across the UK to create their business.
Participants can apply online to be part of the Hub or a Hub coexecutive or can also volunteer.
For more information, visit the Hub website.