Guest blog: Getting Experience at a Start-Up or SME

Over 90% of jobs are at start-ups and SMEs, yet many graduates still aren’t sure what sort of opportunities are available at these companies and how to access them. However, whether you are looking to go into finance, sales, tech, design, or any other sector there are a wealth of exciting opportunities at smaller companies … More Guest blog: Getting Experience at a Start-Up or SME

3DS – develop a startup in just 3 days!

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!

Guest blog: How does a startup or SME’s hiring process differ to a Corporate’s?

The number of university leavers turning away from the larger, more traditional graduate employers in favour of working for a startup or SME (small and medium-sized enterprise) has noticeably increased over the past few years. Over 50% of recent graduates now say that they would rather work at a smaller company and it’s easy to … More Guest blog: How does a startup or SME’s hiring process differ to a Corporate’s?

Guest blog: Busting the myths of working in a startup

Austin Tran is the marketing assistant at a London based digital startup, called ClickMechanic, which enable users to quickly and easily get their car repaired, since their founding in 2012. Here, Austin busts some common myths around working for a startup… You need to have a degree in Computer Science It’s true that many startups are … More Guest blog: Busting the myths of working in a startup