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In partnership with Enterprise Nation, our Entrepreneurship online library supports all types of entrepreneurial learning activities. We provide expert advice, insight and guidance to those who wish to start and scale their own ventures, as well as those who wish to develop as employees or employers in their chosen careers.
The platform provides you with a global resource bank of articles, videos, blogs, presentations and much more. It is also an essential tool for individuals taking part in the King's Enterprise Award.
Professional Services Staff member? Check out the Entrepreneurship resources from Organisational Development on the intranet. Go to https://internal.kcl.ac.uk/hr/od/learn/career.aspx, click on Managing your career and then ‘Entrepreneurship’ on the right hand side.
Commissioned by the Centre for Research Staff Development in collaboration with Julie Devonshire OBE, Director of the Entrepreneurship Institute, these videos aim to give people at King's insight into how to devise and run with an idea.
1. Where do ideas come from?
Julie describes how the ideas for new ventures arise and her own venture, One Water. Ross Lindgren of Crewdo and Kudakwashe Kamupira of Bahati Books talk about their experiences.
2. How to Tackle your Idea
Julie talks about what to do when you first have an idea and how to start the process of making it work.
3. Communicating your Idea
Julie describes useful approaches to getting people interested in your idea.
4. Pushing your Idea Forward
Anandana Bakshi talks to Razvan Creanga and Mark Chaffey about the skills they needed to make Hackajob work.