Introduction to the BETA Enterprise student start-up support programme
  • Room 203, Mast House, 24 Sutton Harbour, Plymouth PL4 0HJ

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Calling all University of Plymouth students!

  • Want to start a business before you graduate? 
  • Or simply develop your skills and test out ideas...

BETA Enterprise can help.

The extra-curricular BETA Enterprise student start-up support programme provides free pre start-up and business start-up support for current students at Plymouth University via the Futures Entrepreneurship Centre within the University's Business School, which includes:

  • Weekly one-to-one business mentoring with entrepreneurs and experts (semester time)
  • Regular networking opportunities
  • Skills workshops and guest lectures from entrepreneurs (October to May)
  • Opportunity to pitch for up to £1,500 grant funding per start-up (terms and conditions apply).

Learn more about the BETA Enterprise student start-up support programme from our Entrepreneur in Residence, Raphael Dennett at this one hour introduction to BETA Enterprise.

Free academic calendars with all BETA events will be available to all attending students. Register your place via the above link.

Open to all current University of Plymouth students. This event is provided by Futures Entrepreneurship Centre's BETA Enterprise Programme within the University of Plymouth's Faculty of Business. Please contact if you have any questions or would like to register to attend this event without using Eventbrite. 

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