Students from the Business (Team Entrepreneurship) course at Bishop Grosseteste University (BGU) in Lincoln will present a workshop at the inaugural TEDx Youth Brayford Pool on Saturday.
The team are running a workshop titled ’10 minutes to make 10k’. They will be using an innovative learning model for entrepreneurship to challenge understanding of business and idea creation in the modern world.
Will, Max, Beth and Lewis are a group of students who run a registered company, Kinetic BGU Ltd, as part of their degree programme at BGU.
Their business projects have included an Italian coffee brand, men's grooming products, a low-cost supermarket and container fabrication service.
They are all individualistic and have different goals in life, but through a modern learning process have come together as a cohesive, efficient and ever-evolving team.
Will Nuttall, Director of Kinetic BGU Ltd, said, “Our workshop will push the audiences understanding of business, learning and ultimately making money. 10k in 10 Minutes will hopefully prove to be an immersive and action-packed workshop for all those who attend.“
Also at Saturday's event Lewis Smith, BGU graduate in Education Studies with Special Educational Needs & Inclusion, will present a talk titled 'Exploring Our Future: Schooled, or Educated?'
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