The Concept Factory, a new ‘thinking space’ for enterprising students and graduates has been launched by Birmingham City University.
Vice Chancellor of Birmingham City University, Professor Cliff Allan, unveiled the enterprise zone to a selected list of attendees including successful business owners, proactive enterprising students and graduates.
Guest speakers at the event were made up of students and alumni of Birmingham City University, which included alumni Daniela Genas, Founder and CEO of Aspire4u, an events management company which has helped over 500 young people by providing work experience, training and volunteer opportunities.
Recent graduate Hilda Burke formed HBBA Corporate Business Services Ltd, which specialise in tailor made Bookkeeping & Accounting solutions for businesses, whilst still studying for her Accounting and Finance degree at Birmingham City University. Hilda is now looking into a training school to help place accountancy and finance students in local businesses.
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