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LJMU graduate entrepreneurs share their enterprising journeys

We welcomed three of our entrepreneurial graduates back to LJMU last week, to share their stories from finishing their degrees to each running successful, local, independent businesses. Anthony Packwood, co-founder of Klink’d; Katherine Caldwell of ...

Oct, 29 · in Business,Education

My study trip to Shanghai

Mia Cathcart is a third year Fine Art student who visited China earlier in 2014 as part of a month-long group study trip to Shanghai. In this short blog piece, Mia passes on some useful ...

My MBA experience

Francisco Gonzalez Perez is a graduate of the MBA in Executive Leadership with Liverpool Business School, as part of a joint degree programme with Stuttgart Technical University. Here Francisco tells us about his experience of studying ...

Oct, 22
A serene Sunday morning on the Mersey looking eastward, down the route of the Manchester Ship Canal to Liverpool's industrial rival

Photo competition: Looking east

A serene Sunday morning on the Mersey looking eastward, down the route of the Manchester Ship Canal to Liverpool’s industrial rival

Oct, 20

Rex ‘concept store’ launches with LJMU graduate entrepreneurs on board

Rex is a new concept and box store in Liverpool city centre and the Centre for Entrepreneurship was there for the launch last week. Our relationship with Rex goes back almost a year to when we first ...

Oct, 17

Students take part in Twitter Brainwave 2014 ideas competition

We decided that a fun way to introduce ourselves to new students arriving at LJMU would be through a Twitter-based competition to find the most popular ‘brainwave’ for a business idea. We launched the competition ...

Oct, 10
A city of symbols, from a legendary bird dating back to the 14th century to a bright yellow sculpture representing trade and genetic engineering

Photo competition: Liverpool icons

A city of symbols, from a legendary bird dating back to the 14th century to a bright yellow sculpture representing trade and genetic engineering

Oct, 10

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