Blogs

Dick Whittington

Digital innovation and entrepreneurship: how we should teach students to bridge the UK's startup skills gap

Hub Mentor and serial entrepreneur Dick Whittington shares the motivation and aims behind his new book, "Digital Innovation and Entrepreneurship".

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Brittany

Why engineering students need softer skills to succeed

Students need more than just technical and engineering knowledge to succeed - employers are also looking for what are generally known as "soft" skills. How can university courses teach these skills? Could business competitions provide the answer?

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mousetrap

Connecting a Better Mousetrap: why the best technology doesn’t always win

Having a better product than your competitor doesn't always guarantee success. Why?

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Elspeth Finch

Innovators Network: Softly does it for a successful partnership

Elspeth Finch explores what it takes to make a successful partnership in business.

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JC Gammon Award

Launchpad Competition – Vote for the young innovator of the year

The Launchpad Competition Final this year will see three young innovators battle it out for the prestigious JC Gammon Award.

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Enterprise Fellowships

Enterprise Hub welcomes its latest entrepreneurial engineers

Introducing our 2017 Enterprise Fellows, who are developing technology ranging from non-invasive heart monitors to hydrogen batteries for clean, off-grid electricity.

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the Taylor Centre

Welcome to the Taylor Centre - a new home for the Hub

Blog post by Ian Shott CBE FREng, Chair of the Enterprise Committee

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Elspeth Finch, Robin Saxby and Ian Shott

Shared vision made ARM a global player, what could it make you?

By Sir Robin Saxby FREng FRS, founding CEO of ARM Holdings

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