The Startup Seminar series is a free eight week evening lecture programme, providing business and startup skills to all those wanting to find out more about the process of taking a business from idea to a successful venture.
Delivered by expert practitioners every Tuesday from 6.30pm until 7.30pm, with FREE drinks and nibbles afterwards, these lively and engaging seminars provide hands-on tips and advice you can actually apply to your own business ideas or businesses.
What does it cover?
11th October: Understanding your market and defining your users | Speaker: Andrzej Moyseowicz (View slides here)
18th October: Developing a prototype | Speaker: FLUXX (View slides here)
25th October: Building a business model | Speaker: Paul Sturrock (View slides here)
1st November: Creating an awesome brand | Speaker: Joanna Alpe (View slides here)
8th November: Generating sales and growth | Speaker: Sinead Mac Manus (View slides here)
15th November: Funding your business | Speaker: Ian Merricks (View the slides here)
22nd November: Thinking like an entrepreneur | Speaker: Michael-George Hemus, Plumen (View the slides here)
29th November: 99 problems but your pitch ain’t one | Speaker: Ben Mumby-Croft
Who is it for?
The course has been designed for students, researchers and City, University of London staff members who want to find out more about starting a business. Attendees are also welcome from other universities as well as Tech City startups and founders looking to improve their business knowledge and skills.
Why should you attend?
- Learn new skills from experienced business experts
- Network with other like-minded people and local entrepreneurs
- Get support with your entry for CitySpark, our business design and doing competition
- Be the first to hear about other workshops, seminars and networking events all supporting enterprise and entrepreneurship
- Attend six or more seminars and receive a certificate of attendance
To book your space follow the link startupseminars2016.eventbrite.co.uk