Bus stops at University of East London to inspire new entrepreneurs

A double-decker pulled into University of East London to offer business advice to budding entrepreneurs.

A team of entrepreneurs, business authors and experts from the national enterprise campaign StartUp Britain spoke to students at the Docklands Campus, opposite Cyprus DLR station.

Research show that the generation which grew up over the millennium have an unprecedented entrepreneurial spirit with almost one-third of 20 to 29-years-old wanting to start their own business. The number of people in this age group setting up their own companies has risen by 50 per cent in the last year alone.

The visit was part of a UK bus tour which will take in 40 universities and further education colleges across the UK.


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