Nightclub owner briefs the next generation of movers and shakers
The man behind one of the largest student nights in the north of England joined forces with Young Enterprise to deliver a lecture at Liverpool Hope University on the 9th October.
Marc Jones owns Medication Nightclub, and spoke to students on the Young Enterprise Start Up Programme.
Marc led an informative session covering the highs and lows of running a business in an ever changing environment. Marc started Medication in 1995, following the success of super club Cream, and the evening regularly attracts over 2000 students each week.
Sarah Atherton, Student and Graduate Enterprise Officer, Business Gateway at Liverpool Hope University said: “Having such a dominant student-focused business come in to carry out a session for our students really builds the entrepreneurial moral and gets our students motivated.
“Not only is Marc a great contact for our students for advice, mentoring and assistance, he is also somebody who they can relate to.”
Liverpool Hope University are running the Young Enterprise Start Up Programme with over 90 Business Management Studiesstudents at Level 5 as part of their academic degree course. Over the course of a year, several external guest lectures will be held from a variety of different industry partners.