Starting a business
If you are thinking of starting your own business or working for yourself, Campus Enterprise Opportunities (CEO) can help provide you with the right advice and guidance to get your business off the ground.
From lingerie design to festival taxis, hard work and dedication means hundreds of innovative ideas from DMU students and graduates have flourished into successful businesses with the help of CEO.
CEO’s events help to increase your business start-up knowledge and provide valuable inspiration to develop your idea, whatever type of business you are looking to start.
Getting involved with CEO isn’t just about starting a business. It is also about developing enterprising skills that could help you stand out from the crowd when you are starting out in the world of work.
Business of the Month
Media TwentyFour is a boutique PR and communications agency which set-up by MA Journalism graduate Meera Majithia in 2013.
Celebrating their first anniversary, Meera explains how their Enterprise Inc. mentor Emma Swales helped them launch their business "She really helped us get our business under way and asked us some hard-hitting questions that pushed us to re think some of our goals and strategies"
Media TwentyFour have worked with a diverse range of clients with four of them winning awards while being represented by Media TwentyFour.
For more information about Media TwentyFour please visit their website and Facebook page.
How we can help
If you have a business idea or just want to find out more about starting up, then CEO are here to help. CEO provides support and access to a range of workshops, advice sessions and start-up funding to help get your idea off the ground!
Don't miss out!
For all of the latest information about CEO’s forthcoming events and activities, starting a business or developing your ideas, email email@example.com or call 0116 207 8914
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