is planned for the immediate future.
Niche Web2.0 Start-up
Niche Web2.0 company is requiring an enthusiastic, ambitious and determined female co-founder to get stuck into the marketing & operational aspects of the company.
Full-time, part-time or evening work commitment welcome.
No internet work experience required & no cash injection required on joining the team.
Position initially for equity stake, potential in future for full-time salary if projections are made.
Site has been under construction for 6 months and is due for full launch in December.
Two highly motivated, full time cofounders currently at the helm, with a very prestigious and experienced board of advisors.
More info is available on application.
Applications - a couple of sentences about you and what you do now and a bit about why you want to get involved.
Steve Morley - firstname.lastname@example.org
London Entrepreneurs Challenge
The London Entrepreneurs Challenge is a workshop programme and business plan competition open to all members of UCL (University College London) and London Business School.
Workshops will start from early next term, every week, on Tuesday evenings.
More info on dates etc will be on the site in the next week or two.
For further details, please go to: www.londonentrepreneurschallenge.com
Luke Johnson is one of the most exciting entrepreneurs in the UK.
Luke Johnson @ UCL
from 5pm - Roberts Building Room 1.06
He built Pizza Express into a nation-wide chain, has owned The Ivy and Caprice restaurants as well as Belgo's, started and sold the Strada chain and many other food-related businesses.
Today, he is Chairman of Channel 4 and runs Risk Partners, a private equity firm that owns businesses from Borders bookshops to greyhound racing tracks. He also finds time to write a column for the Financial Times.
He will be speaking on his experiences at the next in UCL's series of entrepreneurship guest lectures.
This will take place on Thursday 21 February from 5pm (please note that this has been brought forward by two weeks from the previously advertised date). The venue is the Roberts 1.06 lecture theatre on the main UCL campus.
The event is open to all staff and students from UCL and the London Business School.
No booking is required.
The format will be a presentation by Luke followed by an interview-style Q&A session with the BBC's consumer affairs correspondent (and part-time UCL faculty member!) Gillian Lacey-Solymar.
Electives at the London Business School
Applications are invited from UCL Faculty, Staff and EngD/PhD students for sponsored places on electives at the London Business School. These electives offer members of UCL the opportunity to acquire or enhance business-related skills while working alongside MBA students at London Business School.
We had record numbers of UCL students/faculty taking courses at LBS in 2006/7. The electives available this coming Summer Term are now posted on the CSEL website with an application deadline of Monday 3rd March 2008 by 5.00pm.
For further information, please visit our website by clicking on the following link: http://www.cselondon.com/electivelbs.htm
For enquiries, please contact Laura Connor on email@example.com
A scheme helping individuals and small and medium sized businesses to research and develop technologically innovative products and processes.
Micro projects (grant up to £20,000)
Research projects (grant up to £75,000)
Development projects (grant up to £200,000)
Exceptional projects (grant up to £500,000)
This DTI scheme is looking for SME businesses with innovative science and technology projects based within