Marcus Holmes, a current student of the MBA programme at Curtin University in Western Australia, talks about his experience of the entrepreneurship course ‘Ignition’ run there recently. Ignition, launched this year, is based on the successful Ignite programme managed by the Centre for Entrepreneurial Learning in Cambridge.
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Dr Shai Vyakarnam comments about questions raised about the recent acquisition of Cambridge software firm Autonomy including the valuation, selling off to a US company and the tensions with Oracle. He remains optimistic about the future of Autonomy.
Reshma Sohoni – CEO of Seedcamp gave a talk to students at Cambridge on Enterprise Tuesday. Her perspective was that on the whole startup costs had come down by a factor of 10 – especially in software ventures, because there was so much more open source available, many more tools, platforms and other forms of [...]
Looking beyond the rough and tough entertainment of Dragons Den – here is what I took from the Christmas edition of the programme. If you want to secure investment for a new idea or business and need to make a presentation to a group of Business Angels you will need to get yourself ready. Going [...]