The STORM Process is about to play a big role in a powerful new project starting in Birmingham. The hot500, the fastest growing entrepreneurs network, supports young people in business. MyIdeaMatters is a programme to train these young people in the tools they need to up their game in business, and apply those skills to make a difference. Using the STORM Process, these students will form teams to tackle real business challenges faced by local Social Enterprises. Their new solutions stand to deliver a real impact on the well being of our community and our planet too. Stay posted for more developments.

By |July 11th, 2013|Categories: Programmes||0 Comments

Award Winning Student Programmes

Preseli were delighted to team up with Surrey Entrepreneurs at the University of Surrey to deliver the award winning ’24 Hour Entrepreneur’ workshop programme.
Taking place over 5 weeks, students learn The STORM Process and apply it to real world challenges to come up with viable business ideas. After training in pitching and presentation techniques the students then pitch for funding to start their business.

The programme won an award from NACUE for the best activity of the year for university students.

Check out the students feedback below.

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Unipreneur Challenge in Wolverhampton

 Andrew Tilling was joined by Russell Tongue and Sandy Chander to deliver training in The STORM Process to students at the University of Wolverhampton over the summer.
Students will be using STORM to take on a business challenge set by local business people keen to have fresh ideas from emerging talent.

The Unipreneur Challenge, run by Gary Lennon of Wist Ltd, is now in it’s fourth outing, and the results go from strength to strength, with students being offered work placements, internships and even business opportunities.

The winner of the first Unipreneur Challenge declared that she would use the STORM Process in every project she tackled in the future. “It really is that good,” she said.

By |May 16th, 2013|Categories: Programmes||0 Comments