Calling all Imperial College Business School students – your chance to win £5,000 & tailored support to accelerate your idea! The Imperial Enterprise Lab is looking for the best pitch in the Business School to seed fund and kickstart your business with £5,000 top prize, £3,000 runners-up fund and bespoke advice and connections to
A.C.T NOW! Applying for Funding -Apply for an award of up to £300 to give your social enterprise project a funding boost -This funding is perfect to help you test your ideas and get started. It’s also great of those who are looking for additional funding for their existing projects. Applications open Monday 30 JanuaryA.C.T.
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Fifteen women have each collected a £50,000 prize after winning the first Women in Innovation competition. The project, run by UK agency Innovate UK, was launched to address the fact that only one in seven business funding bids it received were from women. As well as the money, each of the winners, chosen from 34
Luca Alessandrini beat hundreds of other entries from 49 countries to take home the £10,000 prize at the International Student Innovation Awards. Luca’s project, a violin which is made from a mixture of spider silk and resin, was developed during his MSc in Innovation Design Engineering, run jointly between the Royal College of Art (RCA) and Imperial's Dyson
The International Student Innovation Awards was set up to highlight the work of the city’s international students and also to provide some financial help to assist students in taking their innovation to the next stage of development. It was devised by London & Partners, the Mayor’s official promotional company and is also supported by the
Innovation Pitch @ Enterprise Lab showcases Imperial College's leading enterprising student talent. This quarterly event invites investors to enjoy pecha kucha style pitches and network with students from our Dyson School of Design Engineering and Imperial College Business School. For our students, it's a chance to receive helpful scrutiny and consideration of their innovations.
ICAH Since its launch in mid-2014, the Imperial College Advanced Hackspace (ICAH) has helped transform the ideation and prototyping landscape at the college, growing to over 1,800 members from all Faculties across the college, from medics to scientists to engineers to business students. ICAH gives Imperial College students and staff access to a unique suite of