Student and graduates to showcase entrepreneurial skills

BSEEN event

The Birmingham Skills for Enterprise and Employability Network (BSEEN) is holding an Exhibition and Networking event at iCentrum, Innovation Birmingham Campus, on Thursday 9th November from 5pm – 8.30pm. 

Drinks and refreshments will be on offer, along with the chance to support BSEEN’s fledgling student and graduate entrepreneurs. There will also be performances and entertainment on the night.

The BSEEN programme offers students and graduates a great package of intensive start-up support for new ventures. Successful participants benefit from a variety of workshops, networking opportunities, tailored mentoring, grants, and workspace at one of our partner universities.

The event offers attendees the chance to meet the BSEEN participants from a wide range of exciting and innovative enterprises. Taste delicious Italian delicacies from the South Guys and samosas with a twist from the Green Sisters. For dessert try some bespoke cakes from Sadeka’s Delights. Then wash it all down with a herbal brew with medicinal properties from Remedy Roots.

There will also be tech start-ups and social enterprises exhibiting on the night, with over 40 new student and graduate start-ups on show from the Birmingham region.

The aim of this event is to showcase the range of new business start-ups on the BSEEN programme. Join the BSEEN team and network with the BSEEN exhibitors and build long lasting business relationships or find out more about becoming a business mentor to a new entrepreneur.

Register your free place here.

BSEEN, part-funded by the European Regional Development Fund, is a collaborative initiative between Aston University, Birmingham City University, Newman University and University College Birmingham.