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A yearly programme of workshops, challenges, and events for all students (undergraduates, postgraduates and recent graduates) within the School of Art, Design and Architecture.
The Cube has organised a series of workshops and events to support students and graduates at every stage of their entrepreneurial journey – from an idea to a fully-fledged business. This year they are working in collaboration with the Careers Service to offer some more bespoke sessions and events.
8 July 2024 (12:00–13:45) | Digital marketing and web development 1:1s | Zoom  
Elliot Forte is a digital marketing consultant and web developer. He is an experienced website builder using Shopify, WordPress and other technologies, and he is an experienced business adviser in all aspects of enterprise. The outcome of this discussion will be a clear plan of action on what changes are required to achieve your business goal. 
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The Cube: business events for students and graduates

Not sure what support is best for you? Need some general start-up/business development guidance? Then book a self-employment/business start-up advice and support 1:1 appointment with Claire Wallace, Student Enterprise Manager, using the Appointments tab on myCareer.  
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Join our drop-in sessions

In term time, The Cube holds regular student and graduate drop-in sessions offering quick answers to your business start-up questions and making sure you receive expert support and advice. 
Careers and Employability Hub, Charles Seale-Hayne Library
Tuesdays 12:00–14:00
Wednesdays 14:00–16:00
Careers & Employability Hub

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