We invite entrepreneurs and experts to run regular workshops. Each session deepens your understanding of specific elements of starting and growing your idea, enabling you to develop an entrepreneurial mindset that is transferable to any career path.

How to build and test your idea without coding

Date: 24 October - 13:15 to 14:05

You have a business idea that needs coding skills and you don’t know how to get started?  This interactive session gives you an overview of the online tools available to build and test your idea without writing a single line of code.

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 Alex Marshall graduated from GIMML in 2015 before spending a year working at a social media startup in Bath. He’s now in charge of Business Development at Coherent, a Bristol based startup that builds software for managing coworking spaces.                            Alex always had lots of ideas but could never code them, so he enjoys looking for no-code alternatives for building products.                                                                                                Alex is a former chair of Bath Entrepreneurs.                                                                                                                                                              

 

Starting a business - what the media don't tell you

Date: 06 November - 18:15 to 19:05

Watch the Apprentice or Dragons Den? Join this session to find out about the bits the mass media don’t tell you about the early days of turning your idea into a company. Chris will talk about finding co-founders and building a team, marketing your idea and dealing with the day to day life of working on your business.

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 Chris Green is the co-founder of Etherlive, a company with a mission to deliver high quality, leading technology services to the events industry.                                                              In its first 5 years it has grown to a multi-million pound business employing 50 staff and counting many high profile events, festivals and organisations in its customer list, both in the UK and now increasingly overseas.                                                                                 Chris graduated Electronic & Communication Engineering at Bath in 1990.                                                                                                                                
 

The good, the bad and the outsourced – options to develop the technical side of your idea 

Date: 14 November - 18:15 to 19:05

Ashton Clapp graduated Computer Science at Bath in 2016 and set up his own company to help startups take ideas from prototype to fully-working solutions.

In this workshop, he’ll walk you through the options, the process and costs involved in building and testing your idea if you don’t code.

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Ashton Clapp graduated Computer Science at Bath in 2016 and co-founded Backslash Build, a digital consulting company and startup powerhouse capable of developing any technological solution.                                                                                                                                                        Their portfolio so far includes software solutions in the fields of automation, data analysis and chatbots.                                                                                                                                                                  
                                                                                                                    
 
  • Do you want to develop your enterprise skills whilst at uni but don't know where to start?
  • Do you have an idea you'd like to try out and you're not sure what's the next step?
  • Do you need feedback for your business plan or presentation for a student competition?

Book a session with our Student Enterprise Coordinator to discuss your plans.

To book a 30' session send an email at su-enterprise@bath.ac.uk 

Available times: every Thursday from 16.00 and 16.30.

 
 
 
Bath Entrepreneurs organise the biggest conference on entrepreneurship on campus and schedule regular events for students to meet with successful entrepreneurs.                          Get in touch with them on Facebook.
 

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