Jennifer Jayarakah and Leigh Mason hatched a plan as art school students to develop an international arts complex in Devon. Just three years later they have seen their dream grow bigger and bolder than they could have imagined.
If you’re considering working alongside your studies, here are a few pointers to consider before launching into a career as a student entrepreneur.
Don’t listen to people who say that university’s a waste of time if you want to run your own business. The gap between business skills and higher education is closing. Lianne Wilkinson shares her experience and tips.
Road safety concerns are more likely to stop women cycling. So it’s great to see young female innovators developing successful products to get us back in the saddle.
Juliana is building a digital media consultancy while she’s a student. Networking is at the heart of her strategy.
A visionary social enterprise, led by a group of female students in Amsterdam, aims to change the face of international development. On the launch of the OFoundation’s crowdfunding campaign, Victoria Peter tells their story.
With the right support and determination, you can be an entrepreneur with social objectives.
Can students facilitate the growth of SMEs as well as get the experience they need?
The government’s StartUp Loans are now open to all. If you really need a loan for your business, StartUp Loans are hard to beat.
Jessica Elliott formed J’s Dance Factory in 2008. Today over 1,000 kids attend classes in 24 schools across four London boroughs.
Starting a business whilst at uni can be the perfect time to earn extra money and build a business for when you finish. Here’s how Naomi Stevens did it.
Student life and working life need not be totally separate spheres, why not take advantage of the time you have to earn money?
Keeping professional skills up-to-date can be a real challenge. Here is our overview of how you can do it for free online with some of the world’s leading educational institutions.
“I just didn’t want to work for anyone else but myself. I also believe you should start before you have anything to lose… the sooner, the better.” Lisa started a bookkeeping service 8 years ago with £150. Today, she employs 25 people and runs a UK-wide franchise.