King’s College London has partnered with UnLtd, the leading provider of Social Entrepreneurs in the UK, to provide opportunities for social enterprise development and initiation to academics and students within the institution. This partnership launched in January 2014 for the first round of Awards, however, we are delighted to announce the second round Awards for the Spring.
The competition comprises of two awards:
Try it awards:
This Award will provide an opportunity for individuals not yet used to managing large sums of money or planning larger projects. The funding will enable individuals to progress at their own pace with the right support to develop confidence and the entrepreneurial skills they will require to take on larger projects.
The prize for this award is up to £500.
Do it awards:
Awards are made to exceptional individuals who have the potential to bring about social change. Generally made at a very early stage when either the person is at the start of their entrepreneurial journey or their venture is in its infancy.
The prize for this award is typically £2,500.
The deadline for all competition entries is Friday 16th May 2014. For further information, please visit https://www.kcl.ac.uk/innovation/business/entrepreneurship/Social-Entrepreneurship/index.aspx
For highlights from the Social Entrepreneurship Competition Launch featuring ; Cliff Prior, Chief Executive of UnLtd, Sophi Tranchell, Managing Director at Divine Chocolate Ltd, Rob Wilson and Co-director of Ashoka UK, please click the following link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=C0jUEnRqEG4.