Startup culture and the rise of the Entrepreneur globally
Posted on August 25, 2018
Startup culture is at the center of attention in present times. Innovative startup culture makes the world a lively place with endless streams of novel ideas.
New businesses, products, and services based on concepts bring in more convenience and efficiency help to improve daily life.
2015 was the first year that startup activity saw a significant rise since the recession, as per data from the Kauffman Foundation. This year saw the rise in the Kauffman’s Startup Activity Index for the first time in 5 years. It also experienced the largest annual increase as compared to the last 2 decades, as quoted by the Study International.
In a market that is already brimming with novel concepts and commodities, how can you ensure success?
Success begins with education.
The London South Bank University (LSBU) has been named the University of the Year for Graduate Employment 2018 by The Times and The Sunday Times Good University Guide. LSBU has also been previously named the Entrepreneurial University of the Year in 2016 by Times Higher Education (THE).
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THE Awards acknowledge the extraordinary achievements of institutions, individuals, and teams across the UK. It celebrates the entrepreneurial help and guidance offered to staff, graduates, students and the local community.
Every facet of the LSBU education lays emphasis on entrepreneurship. The available programs embody an interactive, practical nature, allowing students direct access to relevant industries in the heart of London.
LSBU believes in constantly investing in state-of-the-art facilities and its commitment to its students empowers success. LSBU helps by providing guidance and supports startup success through business ideas, helping define a modern world with business innovation.
Post-Brexit, innovation and entrepreneurial education are going to be of prime importance for the productivity and growth of the UK economy.
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