We are giving four lucky University of Edinburgh students and recent graduates free tickets for an Introduction to Vlogging 101 event by the Edinburgh Bloggers Conference held on 7th December.
This workshop would usually cost £31 and is an evening focused on all areas of what it takes to be a top vlogger. You’ll get the chance to practise vlogging with support from experienced vloggers and special guests. Listen to and meet four experienced speakers from the industry and do a bit of networking. Entrance to the after party at Lulu’s is also included in your ticket!
To enter you need to tell us why getting a ticket would help you with your business or social venture via twitter. Make sure you tag us @LAUNCH_ed to enter the competition!
Do you want to be an entrepreneur?The aim of the LAUNCH.ed bootcamp is to help you understand basic business principles so that you can start being your own boss. This exclusive one-day start-up workshop is for University of Edinburgh students and recent alumni who have business/social enterprise ideas.
In just one day, we will take you from a back-of-the-envelope business idea to a full-fledged elevator pitch, ensuring you stop along the way to:
The University of Edinburgh is taking part in Social Storm 2017 with the help of the Careers Service and LAUNCH.ed!
This 24 hour event is for current students who believe they can make a difference to society. You will work in teams with students from other universities to find a sustainable solution to a real-life problem and submitting a video pitch to a team of judges.
Over 200 students from 15 universities around the world will take part trying to tackle global issues and make a difference to our society.
Edinburgh University’s student start-up service; LAUNCH.ed held its annual 3 Day Startup programme this weekend.
Debuted at the University of Texas in 2008 the LAUNCH.ed team hold a license to host their own 3DS. The mission is to activate entrepreneurial potential in students of all kinds through experiential education and a global entrepreneurship ecosystem.
The programme is run across 30 countries around the world, 134 companies have been launched by 3DS alumni and $131.3 million raised by alumni.
The Edinburgh Innovations student service was the first to Read More
At the beginning of the academic year we attended both the Fresher’s Fair and the Postgraduate Welcome. It was a couple of very busy days for us but great to welcome new University of Edinburgh students.
Over the two days, we collected over 360 leads and spoke to countless students on the great opportunities offered at LAUNCH.ed. These leads were placed in a prize draw and had the chance of winning a Read More
This not-for-profit start-up brings philanthropy to the forefront of the ticketing experience. By donating 10% of revenue made from booking fees, which are normally taken as profit, and giving it to charity and social projects it enables people to donate by buying their tickets for a wide-range of events.
Inspire Launch Grow finalist Tom Laidler is part of this social enterprise and announces a new Read More