The Student Enterprise Conference is back for a fifth year! This year we'll be taking our festival of student entrepreneurship to Sheffield Hallam University on the 15th and 16th February.
To find out more (and get tickets) click here.
Congratulations to the team at Blaze for winning £10,000 at the Grand Final of the NACUE Varsity Pitch Competition 2013!
Thank you to everyone that came down to the British Library for making it such a special event.
Each year we award thousands of pounds to student enterprise societies to help and support them in encouraging enterprise at their institution.
Click here to find out more and apply for your society.
The National Association of College and University Entrepreneurs (NACUE) supports student enterprise societies nationwide to lead their peers towards greater creativity, confidence and capability for their whole lives; and advocates improved access to opportunities for enterprise for all students. Find out more about what enterprise societies do and our history here.
I can't even begin to explain how amazing this weekend [NSEC 2013] just gone has been! What a conference, so inspired it feels like today is Day 1 of a new direction; tingly with excitement! Geoffrey Hunt – Plymouth Entrepreneurs
I’ve personally always been extremely impressed by NACUE and their annual Student Enterprise Conferences in London, Manchester and Birmingham were absolutely superb. Paul Lancaster – SageOne UK
Since working with NACUE I have set up my own clothing company, gained extra support and met some really great people Tom Lawson – Student, City College Brighton & Hove
We are really pleased to work with NACUE. It has been a great level of energy and enthusiasm into the sector [FE] and bring new perspective. The idea of working in a student-led way rather than traditional ways has really been beneficial to colleges. Teresa Frith – Association of Colleges
NACUE is a great opportunity to gain support that assisted me in developing new skills Jessica Mpamugo – President, Enterprise Society at West Herts College
I am enjoying it [the enterprise society] a lot, and it's great to be achieving something real. So often in college we plan to the point of doing the activity but then never actually get to do it FE Student
The opportunity to exchange ideas is very good, especially for the students. It teaches them networking skills that they can't learn in college. FE Staff Lead
NSEC 2013 was inspirational and thoroughly enjoyable, great chance to network and gave me a renewed drive to take the next steps of becoming an entrepreneur. Daniel Omara – NSEC 2013 delegate
I think it's really important what they [NACUE] are doing with young people and students. I only wish there was an ecosystem like this when I was growing up and deciding what I wanted to do. Liam Black – Former CEO, Jamie Oliver’s Fifteen