Do you have the ‘e-gene’?
Research released to mark the release of the Amway Global Entrepreneurship Report 2013 suggests that in order to become a successful entrepreneur, you must be in possession of the ‘e-gene’.
How to tackle the ‘skills gap’ challenge
With employers often frustrated that they cannot find suitably skilled new talent despite the millions of unemployed in search of jobs, how do we ensure appropriate skills development to bridge this apparent gap between education and employability?
Careers in event managment
Eventcourse, a leading events industry training provider, is launching the first Chartered Institute of Marketing (CIM) accredited courses, for students looking to get a strong foothold within the competitive field of event management.
Encouraging entrepreneurial spirit
Schools must take a leading role when it comes to boosting the number of youngsters who grow up to become successful entrepreneurs, says leading business organisation
Business scheme for teens
Established entrepreneur and 2008 Apprentice finalist Claire Young is launching TeenBiz, the UK’s first not-for-profit business start up scheme for under 18s, in partnership with the Royal Bank of Scotland.
National Student Finance Day
UWE Bristol is holding a special event, to help clarify the funding arrangements for students planning to enter Higher Education from 2012, for National Student Finance Day on Monday 14 November 2011.
The Big Issue
The Big Issue – the ‘street paper’ which has been bought and sold for personal profit by homeless people for 20 years – is now to be sold by jobless people as well to give them an income and sense of purpose.
Learning English as a second language
The most popular searches in 2010 on Cambridge Dictionaries Online show that idioms and slang held the key to learning English as a second language.
Before Prime Minister David Cameron stepped forward to urge would-be entrepreneurs to start their own businesses, a bright young woman at Coventry University was doing just that.
Attitudes towards Facebook
The more Facebook ‘friends’ you have, the more likely you are to feel stressed out by the social networking site, according to a new study by Scottish researchers.