This free two-day boot camp will introduce you to how businesses operate. You’ll learn practical business and entrepreneurial skills in a supportive environment.
This two-day boot camp will introduce you to the fundamentals of the modern business world. It'll challenge you to critically assess business today and understand what risks and opportunities businesses face.
Working in interdisciplinary teams, you’ll be tasked with designing a fictional new product or service for a real-world brand, be it a large multinational corporation or fast-growing UK startup. You'll conduct market research and present this potential new market opportunity at the end of the course.
What to expect
You'll learn about:
- How business works
- The problems business looks to address, such as Brexit
- The modern business environment
- How businesses identify and act on opportunities
- The most common tools of analysis
- Industry standard tools and techniques for market research and marketing
Who it's for
This boot camp is open to UCL students, staff and alumni of all disciplines and fields of expertise.
If you’re about to join the workforce and want to explore basic business concepts, or you simply want to learn more about some of the hard and soft skills needed to progress in your career, this is the boot camp for you. No knowledge of business or finance is needed.
About the tutor
Stuart Hartley is the managing director of Incrementa Consulting Limited. He's been supporting students and graduates with enterprise and business startups for the past 15 years. Along the way, he's helped over 2,500 students and graduates to start businesses.
UCL BaseKX, 103c Camley Street, London, N1C 4PF
Dates and times
This programme runs once a term over two consecutive days. It'll next run from 7 to 8 November 2019 (9am to 4.30pm each day).
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