Enterprise & Self Employment                        

B-Enterprising provides students of Bangor University and graduates in Wales with a range of opportunities to help develop their enterprise skills or to support them in starting a new business.

Check out our video to find out what we're all about!

 

 

Business Start Up

Support from Big Ideas Wales and the Welsh Government allows us to provide one to one, confidential support for students and recent graduates. From ideas on a post-it note to fully developed business plans, support is available at all stages of business start-up. B-Enterprising also runs workshops, presentations and other events specifically aimed at those who are interested in business start up. If you have an idea for starting your own business or social enterprise then contact us to arrange an appointment. Further details can be found on My Bangor. In addition, you can apply to have a stall at our annual Student Christmas Market held at the University in December. It attracts over 2,000 visitors and is a great place to do some research and test trade ideas.

To help you develop your ideas in a visual and creative way, we've teamed up with Simply Do Ideas to provide a platform for you to build up ideas and add information in your own time. Click here to use the platform. You'll need to register your details but it's free and you can either keep your ideas private or share with a business mentor or others when you're ready.

Workshops and Information

You don’t have to want to become self-employed to benefit from the services that B-Enterprising has to offer. Enterprise skills such as networking, creative thinking and commercial awareness are just as important for landing your dream graduate job as your work experience and academic qualifications. Like us on Facebook and keep up-to-date with the latest events through MyBangor .

Competitions

B-Enterprising provide multiple opportunities throughout the year to take part in a wide range of competitions within the University and at local, national and global scales. You can develop your enterprise skills and have fun at the same time, meeting new people and potentially winning some great prizes! The annual Santander Universities Entrepreneurial Awards are usually held in Semester 2 and this year Bangor students will be among the first to be given the opportunity to take part in Virgin Start Up challenges. We'll post the latest information on our Facebook Page.

Don't forget to also check out MyBangor

Big Ideas Wales

Encouraging young people to be more entrepreneurial and help those interested in starting a business take their ideas forward. Click on www.bigideaswales.com to see useful information and inspirational stories.

How enterprising are you?

Complete this self-assessment tool to help you think about your fuel for enterprise - your skills, attitude and motivation to succeed: www.enterprisecatalyst.co.uk

Note: You will be asked your Colleges' post code: enter LL57 2DG to find Bangor University.

You can contribute towards your employability account by completing the Enterprise Catalyst and for participating in all B-Enterprising activities

Get In Touch

We'd love to hear from you!

If you want further information on any of our services, including business mentoring, workshops and competitions, you can get in touch with us in a variety of ways:

Drop us an email: b-enterprising@bangor.ac.uk

Give us a call: 01248 388424

Reach us on Facebook: ‘B-Enterprising Bangor

Follow us on Twitter: 'B_Enterprising'

Come and see us in person: B-Enterprising, Careers and Employability Service, 2nd floor, Rathbone, Bangor University, College Road, Bangor. LL57 2DF.

If you want to provide feedback, photos or videos of a B-Enterprising event you’ve attended or you have suggestions of future events that you’d like us to run, please get in touch by sending an email or connecting with us on Facebook.

B-Enterprising is part funded by the Welsh Government to support delivery of the Youth Entrepreneurship Strategy (YES) for Wales.