Westminster Business School alumni found networking club for entrepreneurs
Business and Management 27 April 2018
The club acts as a bridge between startups and investors, offering their members guidance in terms of business structure, technology development, marketing strategy and execution.
The pair met during their studies at the University of Westminster and decided at the end of 2017 to run a series of events and talks, addressing common difficulties in the entrepreneurial world such as: “How to build a tech startup from concept to market” and “How to find a co-founder".
Slava Baranovskiy graduated from the University of Westminster in 2016 having studied International Business MA and Dennis G. Lucan graduated in 2017 having studied Business Management (Entrepreneurship) BA.
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