Spark Award: Oxford Brookes Introduction to Business Start-up (Deadline: 16th January 2022)

16 January - 11:59 pm
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To be eligible for this opportunity you should be: a current Brookes student, a member of Brookes staff, a graduate of Brookes (3 years)

With this step-by-step programme, you will develop an idea into a scalable venture.

At the end of nine weeks you will walk away with:

a clear understanding of your business
a basic business plan
a first stage pitch-deck which will equip you to compete for £500 seed funding.
The hybrid delivery is designed to fit around your studies. It uses an online platform where you will build and develop your ideas, meet your fellow entrepreneurs and receive direct feedback with a combination of webinars and online meetings.

Through Spark you will get to meet with and learn from experts, successful alumni, and other like-minded people who are on the same path as you.

This is the perfect opportunity for anyone that wants to test and develop their idea in a low-risk way and start to build their network.

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