Cambridge University Entrepreneurs is the UK's oldest student entrepreneurship society and is known to organize one of the most successful student-led business planning and creation competition in the World. Since 1999, CUE has had over 450 entries and has awarded over £0.5m in seed funding to more than 40 business ideas. These companies have raised more than £33m further funding and are currently valued at more than £100m. Our competitions help you create global companies.
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Want to become an entrepreneur? Do you have the passion, skills and drive to build your own start-up? Come to the first CUE YEOTY workshop "Hitting a home run in business" and enter the race to win one of the two £2500 cash prizes as well as being named the 2015 CUE Young Entrepreneur of the Year. Concepts covered in this workshop: Profile building; What makes a good entrepreneur?; Why do so many businesses fail?; 100 word idea abstracts;
CUE YEOTY track
The Young Entrepreneur of the Year (YEOTY) track is aimed at identifying the individuals who demonstrate the ambition, determination and vision to pursue the life long journey of becoming an entrepreneur. The winners may or may not have the best current business idea or be able to craft a "text-book" business plan but they will demonstrate the key fundamentals in the judges eyes. The winners will make the time to participate in all stages of the CUE 2015-2016 business plan competition as well as attend the three YEOTY workshops to be run by Dr. Darrin M. Disley, CEO of Horizon Discovery Group plc and parallel entrepreneur.
Full rules of the competition can be found in the CUE handbook.
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