Four would-be entrepreneurs from universities across the North of England will once again face more than 400 academics, managers, guests, and industry leaders as they pitch their new business idea and wait for the audience to decide the winner.
The University Entrepreneurs Grant (UEG) will return on Thursday 18th April 2024 as part of the prestigious Educate North Awards and the winner will walk away with a £1000 prize to write a business plan and the chance to be mentored at the acclaimed Masood Entrepreneurship Centre (MEC) based at the Alliance Manchester Business School, The University of Manchester.
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The winners of this year’s Educate North Award have been announced. Lancaster University wins the University of the Year Award and Birkenhead Sixth Form College wins Further education College of the Year.
For full details of these and the other winners in a wide range of categories, visit https://educatenorth.co.uk/2023-winners/
Educate North has unveiled a ‘superb’ shortlist for 2023 Awards in Manchester on 27th April 2023.
A record number of entries has led to a high quality field across a range of categories and from institutions and individuals across the North of England.
Tickets now on sale via www.educatenorth.co.uk and the Awards dinner is held at the Midland Hotel Manchester on 27 April 2023.
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Heart Yorkshire, Smooth North West and Smooth North East have signed up to promote the Educate North Awards.
In partnership with Prolific North and Don’t Panic Events, the Educate North Awards were launched by Rob McLoughlin, celebrating and recognising best practice and excellence in the education sector in the North.
More details on Prolific North.
Chester-based social enterprise Big Heritage was the first recipient of the inaugural University Entrepreneurs Challenge, held alongside the Educate North Conference and Awards.
For more on the story, visit the Prolific North website here.