Business Start-up Journey training weekend a huge success

Thirty budding entrepreneur students recently benefited from hands-on training at a weekend residential as part of KBS’ Business Start-up Journey (BSUJ), a programme backed by successful entrepreneurs.

During the weekend, students learned about the fundamentals of lean business start-ups; worked on their personal development plans and found out how to protect and fully exploit their business ideas.

The weekend was organised and facilitated by David Williamson, Director of External Services at KBS and represented the third stage in the BSUJ programme.

The next stage of the programme will offer students the opportunity to be mentored by highly successful entrepreneurs and advisors including Daniel Rubin, Founder of Dune London and Kent alumnus.

 For further information about the Business Start-up Journey, please contact David Williamson at or visit the programme webpage and LinkedIn group.


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