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Enterprise by Design

Be inspired, creative, sustainable, solvent and convincing:

Bangor University has cut through traditional academic boundaries to bring students from different subjects together to compete in multi-disciplinary teams for an 'Enterprise by Design' challenge with a winning prize of £2,500.

The winning team from Enterprise by Design 2017 Left-right: Adam Reading, School of Electronic Engineering & Computer Science; Yui Ting lee , School of Psychology,

Fangzhi Cao, Business School, Jesse Young, Creative Studies & Media, David Stacey, Managing Director Zip World, Professor Oliver Turnbull, Pro Vice Chancellor for Teaching & Learning.

Students studying Psychology, Electronic Engineering and Computer Science, Product Design, Business and Creative Studies & Media were challenged to design a new product or experience for Zip World, a company which has a range of adventure sites locally, boasting the world's fastest zip line, the first four person zip line and a unique network of underground trampolines in disused slate caverns. Following a 9 week series of intensive workshops focussing on inspiration, creativity, sustainability and commercial awareness the multidisciplinary teams of students 'pitched' their new ideas to an expert panel.

The winning team was awarded £2,500 and were all offered paid employment by Zip World, so impressed were they by their professionalism and innovative thinking.


Enterprise by Design 2017.

Further information:

Lowri Owen 01248 388424


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