Kingston University is on top when it comes to graduate start-ups. However, one entrepreneur graduate disagrees.
Kingston University Enterprise has launched the Bright Ideas competition for their 14th consecutive year and organisers expect to have at least 20 more entrants this time. Bright Ideas competition is opened annually from October to [more…]
Two students who did not want to reach for the TV remote won part of KU’s Bright Ideas competition with a Bluetooth-connectable button which can be programmed to do any computer command remotely.
A group of business administration students have created a reflective cycling glove called Staunch in an effort to cut the number of cycling causalities in the UK.
Kingston University’s Entrepreneur Society welcomed studentpreneurs, freelancers and social-enterprisers with balloons, guest speakers, freebies and a drink reception Wednesday, September 30. Around 40 enthusiastic students participated in the launch of Kingston Entrepreneurs Events at the [more…]
The gleaming new convertible Beetle is something most students could only dream of. But for Kingston University student Katie Lynch, it became a reality after her jewellery business took off and made her thousands of [more…]