Futures Entrepreneurship Centre

Futures Entrepreneurship Centre

Futures, the prestigious Entrepreneurship Centre launched by Plymouth University in November 2013, provides a creative and social space in which entrepreneurship and social enterprise can flourish and become a force for global organisational, societal, economic and environmental change.

Futures is a resource led by the Plymouth Business School to realise the vision of Plymouth University as the enterprise university by providing a university-wide, unique experience that enables the development of an enterprising mindset and will allow an entrepreneurial career option and/or enhance the profile and skills of the graduate student to enhance employability prospects.

The key activities of Futures are underpinned by the core pillars of social, ethical and sustainable entrepreneurship. Futures acts as a focal point for entrepreneurial education, research and third mission activity for the South West of England business community. This process encourages the creation, development and growth of sustainable business within the South West region. Activities focus on contributing towards the socio-economic growth of the area.

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Facts and figures

  • Our work has supported over 17,000 people

  • We have work with over 300 organizations from the public, private, social enterprise and community sector covering all parts of the economy

  • Over 4,000 pupils in 26 schools have been engaged on entrepreneurship and business related themes

  • Our advice helped clients secured contracts worth over £5 million

  • Over 700 students delivered consultancy projects to 66 local businesses

  • Over £100,000 of social investment secured to help local social enterprises grow

Futures Entrepreneurship Centre contact details

Mast House Home of the Futures Entrepreneurship Centre

Details of how to get in touch with us.

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Read our blog

Track the progress of the centre on our blog, which provides detailed editorial on different aspect of Futures and its work, such as reviews and editorial pieces on workshops and events run by the centre though the year.

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