The Tier 1 Graduate Entrepreneur Visa allows international students here at QMUL to apply to stay in the UK to work on a business idea. Below, meet Tier 1 Graduate Entrepreneur Tiffany, and her business JulieMay. Hi, I am Tiffany Chiu, founder of JulieMay. I started JulieMay when my mum gave birth to my little … More Tiffany’s Story: My Journey as a Tier 1 Graduate Entrepreneur
Are you interested in starting your own business, developing an existing idea, learning entrepreneurial skills or networking with other aspiring and established entrepreneurs? The Enterprise team can help you achieve these goals, whether you want to start a business or learn more about the process itself. If you have a creative idea or an existing business … More QEnterprise: Interested in starting your own business?
Olga Kravchenko, BA Drama graduate and InQUBEate cohort 8 alum Olga took part in InQUBEate, Queen Mary’s 8 week start up incubator from January- March 2018 to develop her virtual reality company ‘Musemio’. Olga’s Story Sometimes you just need a little push to make magic happen. For Musemio this push was a chance to participate … More InQUBEate: Olga’s story
On 12th – 14th June, the qEnterprise team is hosting our latest 3DS: a fun, intensive bootcamp in which 60 QMUL students and alumni will come together to develop startups in just three days. The weekend is for anybody interested in entrepreneurship, regardless of experience. The aims of developing and practising business skills and actually … More 3DS – develop a startup in just 3 days!
The qEnterprise team recently held our second East London Social Hack at Stour Space, in Hackney Wick. It was a roaring success, and we’re keen to tell you why and to encourage you to get involved next time. To start with, check out the video below. What is it!? The East London Social Hack is … More East London Social Hack 2018
The dominant image of entrepreneurship today is one of a shiny, Silicon Valley tech man. It is also one of success, because brand and revenue pressures incentivise entrepreneurs to suppress failure and doubt. But this is a narrow view of entrepreneurship. Not only do entrepreneurs come in all shapes and sizes, but failure, as well … More What We Learned By Asking Entrepreneurs About Their Biggest Failures
Business ideas are born in many different ways. To show this, and to demonstrate to students that coming up with business ideas isn’t rocket science, we asked the teams on our current InQUBEate cohort to tell us how their businesses were born. This is the second half of their responses; we published the first half … More Where Our Students’ Business Ideas Come From (Part 2)