This library guide collects together a range of information and resources to help you in the world of entrepreneurship and starting a business venture.
The Enterprise Development Hub (EDH) is a university-wide initiative for students, alumni and staff that want to become a business start-up, a business owner, self-employed, freelance, contractor, sole trader or those who wish to be more entrepreneurial. The EDH provides support, training and motivation through a range of workshops, seminars, mentoring and events. Through our networks we also offer seminars on special areas such as, e-commerce, social and eco-enterprise.
The MDXcelerator sprint programme gives you the opportunity to access tailored start-up and entrepreneurship mentoring, meet with inspiring and successful business leaders through our masterclasses and workshops, improve on your pitching skills, win seed-funding, and potentially take over the world with your awesome idea!
MDXCrowdfund is our easy-to-use, rewards-based crowdfunding platform for students, staff and graduates. It can be used to raise money for a wide variety of things from creative projects, business ventures, events, societies and sports clubs, to course-related projects, personal initiatives, and much more.
MDXBusinessConnect is a free-to-join networking platform for Business School students, staff and alumni.
Your Subject Liaison Librarian is the main contact for any library issues. A major part of our job is to teach you how to get the best from the library to help you succeed!
Click the name of your librarian to find their contact information and make an appointment to see them one to one.
Podcasts can provide insight from industry experts and get you started in entrepreneurship.