Start Up students pick up some speedy business advice
Liverpool John Moores University partnered with Young Enterprise as part of the Start Up Programme to host Speed Mentoring on Wednesday 27th November.
Members of the business community spend ten minutes with each of the ten new businesses formed at the University through the Start Up Programme, providing valuable networking opportunities for students as well as business advice.
Companies represented at the event included: Serviscom, Plexus Cotton, Deloitte, Insight 2 Drive, Big Yellow Storage, DWF Law, Department for Work & Pensions and Objective Comment.
Carole Flitcroft, Supplier Manager, Department of Work & Pensions, Blackpoolsaid: “I was thoroughly impressed with the groups yesterday – they all continue to make fantastic progress.”