#FF (Follow Friday): Entrepreneurs!

Posted in: Entrepreneurship

If you are a Twitter user, you will be familiar with Follow Friday (or #FF) – every Friday people tweet their recommendations about who to follow. I have been following Global Entrepreneurship Week which kicks off from 17-23 November 2014.  So in honour of that I have taken entrepreneurship as my first #FF theme.

If you are considering starting your own business or have a general interest in entrepreneurship then I recommend NACUE who support student led enterprise activities on campus. The Prospects website has a wealth of information including a handy start-up check-list. Of course the Global Entrepreneurship Week website is packed with information, links to events and some superb resources to get you started.


You may also want to use LinkedIn to network with individuals you know, but I’d definitely recommend joining groups like On Startups, the British Library Entrepreneur Network and Real Business. These groups provide opportunities for you to ask questions, join topical discussions, and build your network.

Back to #FF, there is a wealth of information on Twitter, you may want to consider following these accounts if you are interested in entrepreneurship.

Duncan Bannatyne
Peter Jones
Richard Branson

Jonathan Moules – Financial Times, enterprise correspondent
Bill Morrow – Founder of Angels Den
Dan Martin – BusinessZone editor

Business Link 
Flying Start
School for Startups 
Global Entrepreneurship Week UK

Remember to check out our blog next week, we will be posting about starting your own business, whether entrepreneurship is a possible career path for you, sources of funding and much more!


Posted in: Entrepreneurship


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