2021 ENTERPRISE Competion

Wolfson Enterprise Competition 2021

Wolfson Enterprise 2021 is about providing a platform for entrepreneurially-minded people across the Wolfson community and beyond to learn, network, and create together. 

2021 ENTERPRISE Competion

Wolfson Enterprise 2021 brings together alumni, students, investors, the Wolfson Entrepreneurs Society (WES) network of expert speakers and judges, and the broader Cambridge community together around the exciting start-up opportunities at Wolfson. 

This competition is an opportunity to design, pitch, and execute your startup idea in a supportive environment. Whether you are postgraduate thinking about commercializing research, a first-year Undergraduate interested in trying your hand at conceiving a business plan, or an alumnus currently pursuing a more advanced startup venture, we want to hear from you and help you take your project to the next level.

Access the sub-menu of this page for other key information including the 'Enter Competition' page to submit your idea.



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Virtual Shut Up and Write Sessions Lent 2021

03/03/2021 at 13.00

Up your writing game wherever you are! Virtual Shut Up and Write sessions are quiet times to write in a distraction-free environment. Protect your writing time and maintain an online community with other Wolfson students. Think of it as your writing oasis!

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WolfWorks Plus: Reflective practice for the researcher

03/03/2021 at 19.00

An rare opportunity to review your research process and to make informed plans for your next steps.

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WolfWorks for Undergraduates: Preparing for exams Arts & Humanities

04/03/2021 at 19.00

In this session we'll take a very practical approach and you'll need to bring with you a couple of past papers and some spare paper.

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Sex Work and Borders: International Sex Workers' Rights Day

04/03/2021 at 19.00

To celebrate International Sex Workers' Rights Day (3 March), the Gender Hub is hosting a collaborative event featuring sex workers and activists from collectives in England, Ireland, New Zealand, Spain, and Sweden.