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  • OmniDynamics launch crowdfunding campaign to support innovative 3D printer accessory


    A chance meeting at the UWE Bristol canteen has brought together two sets of entrepreneurial students to launch a crowdfunding campaign, to bring to market an innovative 3D printer accessory.

    Strooder, a plastic filament extruder has been designed by year two robotic engineering students, David Graves and Gregory Gruzecki, founders of OmniDynamics. This cost effective, versatile device aims to bring down the cost of home 3D printing, by enabling users to produce their own filament (3D printing ink).

  • MBA entrepreneurship course success


    20 MBA students recently attended the week long option on entrepreneurship. Past experience indicates that a number will go on either to successfully set up or further develop their own companies, some backed by significant amounts of external capital. The key to the success of the course is the contribution of guest speakers from the world of entrepreneurship.

  • UWE Bristol Finance students wins national award


    Mateusz Zielinski, a student on the MSc Finance programme at UWE Bristol, has been awarded £2,500 by the CISI Educational Trust in a competition for outstanding masters' student coursework in a UK-wide competition.

  • UWE Bristol hosts Xavier Rolet, Chief Executive, London Stock Exchange Group


    The Bristol Distinguished Executive Address Series

    Date:07 May 2014
    Venue: Brunel's Old Station, The Passenger Shed, Bristol Time: 18:00

    Xavier Rolet, Chief Executive, London Stock Exchange Group, is the latest speaker to address the business community at the Bristol Distinguished Executive Address Series (BDEAs).

  • It's as much a mental challenge as a physical one says UWE Bristol Marathon runner


    Kade McConville a first year student at UWE Bristol studying Business and Law will join 37,000 runners on Sunday 13 April 2014 to complete the London Marathon, raising awareness of mental health for the charity Mind.

  • Research conference prepares UWE Bristol Business students for workplace


    1 April 2014, 16:00-18:00, UWE ECC

    Year One Business students from UWE Bristol will showcase their research to the business community at a student conference, as part of a research module dedicated to developing the skills needed by employers.

  • UWE Bristol hosts Sir Winfried Bischoff, Chairman of Lloyds Banking Group


    Sir Winfried Bischoff, Chairman of Lloyds Banking Group, is the latest speaker to address the business community at the Bristol Distinguished Executive Address Series (BDEAs).

  • UWE Bristol historians advise BBC's World War One at Home project


    World War One at Home started on Monday February 24 in the West, and began broadcasting the first of 100 stories on BBC Radio Bristol, BBC Radio Gloucestershire, BBC Wiltshire and BBC Somerset, BBC Points West and on the BBC's dedicated World War One website.

    The BBC series tells the story of the First World War through the people whose lives were transformed – for example in their homes, schools, churches, theatres, streets and factories. The stories are being broadcast on the regional BBC radio stations, with tales and events specific to that region.

  • UWE Bristol hosts Sir Richard Broadbent, Tesco PLC Chairman


    The Bristol Distinguished Executive Address Series

    Date: 27 February 2014
    Venue:M Shed, Bristol
    Time: 18:00
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    Sir Richard Broadbent, Chairman of Tesco PLC, is the latest speaker to address the business community at the Bristol Distinguished Executive Address Series (BDEAs).

  • UWE Bristol academics support women's rights movement in Egypt


    UWE academics from Bristol Business School are using their skills in understanding and analysing group dynamics to support women striving together for women's rights in Egypt following the 'Arab Spring'.

    Working with the international organisation, Peace Women Across the Globe (PWAG), Dr Nadine Riad Tchelebi (Bristol Business School), is taking part in the first initiative in Egyptian history to create a dialogue forum which brings together a broad range of women's groups across the country.

  • UWE Bristol's Team Entrepreneurs present Uni Wars - Battle of Bristol


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    Uni Wars – Battle of Bristol is the first event organised by The Student Company, a team of aspiring entrepreneurs on UWE Bristol's innovative BA Business (Team Entrepreneurship) degree.

    The event will see students from UWE Bristol and University of Bristol embracing the friendly local rivalry in a series of games and challenges throughout the night.

  • Learning by doing; UWE Bristol runs new course for budding entrepreneurs


    A new course at UWE Bristol aimed at producing graduates with degrees plus experience of running their own businesses has just welcomed its first cohort of 37 students.

    The course structure is ground-breaking – no classrooms, compulsory lectures or exams - and has been introduced to the UK for the first time this year. Called Team Entrepreneurship, the degree course is based on methods pioneered in Finland and also run successfully in Spain and Hungary, and has been described as a revolution in management education.

  • UWE alumni create their own property 'bubble'


    Aidan Rushby and Logan Hall, who both completed an MBA at UWE Bristol, have recently launched their own business; Movebubble.

    Movebubble is an online property website that aims to make moving home as easy as possible for all involved. By bringing tenants, landlords and tradespeople together on one website, and allowing them to communicate and interact with each other, Movebubble hopes to provide an alternative to the traditional letting model that will save users considerable time and money.

    Once registered, 'renters', 'owners' and 'traders' build up a 'Movebubbl

  • Job dissatisfaction encourages workers to choose temping


    The unhappiness of being in a bad job is strongly linked to people's decision to leave permanent work for the uncertain world of temporary employment, says new research.

  • UWE Bristol award Honorary Degree to Mary Prior MBE DStJ JP


    UWE Bristol will award the Honorary Degree of Doctor of Business Administration to Mary Prior MBE DStJ JP in recognition of her remarkable record of public and charitable service and her outstanding business career.

    The Honorary Degree will be conferred at the Awards Ceremony of the Faculty of Business and Law on Thursday 25 July at Bristol Cathedral.

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