Researchers – ever fancied starting your own business?
Dr Hiten Vyas, Business Adviser at the University’s Enterprise Club is running a new workshop on starting your own business, especially for the Graduate School, on Monday 11th January in the TPod, Rockingham Library from 1:30-3:30pm.
Aimed at research students and early career researchers, the workshop will cover the key topics to enable you to put together your first business plan. For anyone starting a business, your business plan acts as a unique roadmap to help start and develop your business and is also an essential tool if you intend to look for financial investment.
About Dr Hiten Vyas: Hiten is a business support professional with extensive experience in providing advisory and consulting services to both commercial and social businesses ranging from start-up companies to established SMEs to large organisations. He has also started two businesses of his own in the areas of educational software and life coaching. Hiten is based inside the Park Library at the University and is available to offer students and staff with one-to-one business advice, mentoring, and training to help them start-up and run
Posted on January 6, 2016, in Events, Researcher careers, Workshops & Training and tagged Early career researchers, Postgraduate research students, researcher careers, Self-employment, starting a business. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.