Starting a Business / Social Enterprise or Freelancing
Do you like the idea of creating your own business or social enterprise? Working for yourself is a viable option for students and recent graduates.
- You may have a business idea that you wish to develop alongside your studies.
- You may be nearing the end of your degree and see yourself as an entrepreneur.
- In some industries operating as a self-employed freelancer is the most likely way to gain entry.
- As a student you could be enterprising now by starting a new club or society.
- You might be interested in bringing together a group of likeminded individuals to create real change within society, by setting up a social enterprise.
Whatever your current thinking or level of readiness the Careers Service is here to offer you help and advice on all aspects of turning your good idea into a great enterprise through its AberPreneurs service, which offers:
- Free start-up workshops and presentations held on campus.
- Free one-to-one start-up mentoring from a professional business consultant.
- InvEnterPrize - Aber University's annual £10,000 student ideas competition.
- Business Start-Up Week - a whole week in June of workshops and presentations for budding entrepreneurs.
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