UCL Enterprise Annual Review 2013/2014

Welcome to the third full year of the delivery phase of UCL’s enterprise strategy. As anticipated, our community continues to strive for excellence and that approach and commitment is clearly working. From working with corporations to assisting student entrepreneurs and spinning out research, We hope that you will enjoy reading about all our enterprise activities from across the university in this Annual Review for 2013/2014.

Professor Stephen Caddick
Vice-Provost (Enterprise and London)

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Archive of Enterprise Case Studies

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18 April 2012: Mentor Nasir helps self-improvement site to help others to help themselves

Nasir Zubairi – Sloan Fellow, technology consultant and mentor – and Ricky Cooper – former TV producer and new entrepreneur – are now good friends as well as business partners. This follows a successful and ongoing mentoring relationship through UCL Advances’ SMILE programme. More...

18 April 2012: Putting Education First with a SMILE

Teachus is a London-based tuition agency, covering Camden, Islington and Hackney boroughs amongst others, founded by UCL graduates Jay Ruparelia and Remal Tailor, who had a hard time finding affordable and quality tutors to help them prepare for their exams prior to entering university. When they later met at UCL and shared their experiences with one another, a business was born. More...

18 April 2012: Mentor for unusual book publisher makes sure the kids are all right!

Delwar Hossain is a UCL alumnus, architect, entrepreneur, executive coach and mentor to minority ethnic children. Yet he was prepared to take on another role when SMILE asked him to mentor Kidz4Mation (, which produces a series of books and run workshops to raise children’s self-esteem. More...

12 April 2012: What’s in a name? The route to better health in Camden, thanks to a ground-breaking UCL classification system

Business wants to know who’s likely to buy life assurance. Public services want to find out who’s at risk of developing diabetes. Geodemographic profiling may help provide the answers. More...

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