UCL graduate Arthur Kay (BSc Architecture), co-founder and CEO of bio-bean, has been named Sustainable Business Leader of the Year in the Guardian Sustainable Business Awards 2015. Aged 24, Arthur is the youngest ever recipient of the award to date.
The Mobile Academy: where mobile minds meet, think and grow
Publication date: Jul 29, 2013 10:20 AM
Start: Oct 01, 2013 06:00 PM
Location: Woburn House, 20 Tavistock Square, WC1H 9HQ, London
8 Bursaries to The Mobile Academy Up for Grabs!
Now in its third season, The Mobile Academy offers a collaborative learning environment to get an overall grounding in business, design and how to work with technology.
Offering a diverse programme of talks, workshops, demonstrations and clinics, sessions are delivered by industry professionals from successful start-ups and agencies as well as larger organisations such as Nokia, Opera, Pearson and Lastminute.com.
Students to execs, from large organisations to one-person shows, attendees come from a range of backgrounds, universities and business functions: product managers, marketers, designers, developers, analysts, project managers - and from organisations such as IBM, Thompson Reuters, Unilever, Atos, M&C Saatchi and BBC. The alumni have gone on to receive awards, establish important partnerships, receive early stage funding & get to the top of the App stores.
Hosted by Mobile Monday London and UCL, The Mobile Academy, 1st October – 3rd December 2013, runs on Tuesday and Thursday nights from 6.30pm – 9pm in Tavistock Square, London. A CPD, Certificate of Continuing Professional Development, will be awarded to those who complete the course with a minimum 80% attendance. The full price of this programme is £1,500.
The ICT KTN are offering eight bursary places. To apply, make your case in 100 words by 9th September: http://goo.gl/lk70jq.
Please visit themobileacademy.org.uk for more information and good luck!