Had an amazing weekend at the @SEC2018 conference, where I had the opportunity to flex my networking skills...#studententerprise #sec2018 #nacue2018...thanks for this opportunity @BenCole9 @timothy_barnes @lborolondon_ETC @lborolondon @lboroenterprise https://t.co/KL369J7eYM”
We’ve been at #SEC2018 in #Birmingham this weekend being motivated through workshops, and inspired by many #entrepreneurs & #students from across the UK! #WeekendFun #GreatMinds https://t.co/vnsKmfuo3M
Great first day at @NACUE Student enterprise conference - lots of insights including how to be a shark, how to keep the joy in entrepreneurship and most importantly keep doing what you love - it’s safe to say I am beyond #inspired #SEC2018 #studententerprise
“Going to SEC was a real turning point in my life. It is one of the reasons I decided to quit my job and go full time on my start-up idea. At the time that is exactly all it was, an idea. But going to SEC and being surrounded by like-minded and ambitious individuals from all backgrounds, contexts and degrees made me realise that I too could actually do it. Whether you know you want to start a startup or you just think there must be more to life after uni than aimlessly applying for jobs, go to SEC!”
Amaliah Amaliah is a social commerce fashion site for the modest fashion market, named as one of the 20 top start-ups in the UK by the British Council in 2015
Odette Wills, NUS Student Eats, SEC17.
“Just building those networks using other people who are also interested in enterprise, you are able to discuss ideas and grow those lifelong partnerships”