Student Start-Up Of The Year: Win £3,500 Cash Funding

If you’re a student or recent graduate with a great business idea, you need to enter this amazing new competition with a £3,500 cash prize up for grabs!

Do you have the most back-able idea in Britain?

Enterprise Nation has launched the new Student Start-up of the Year competition, powered by top technology enablers Microsoft and 123 Reg. The winner will receive a host of prizes to help them and their business ideas flourish and grow!

Applications will need to be submitted by 12 May and a shortlist of 10 applicants will be invited to pitch live in front of a panel of expert judges at Microsoft’s offices in London on 19 May.

Five finalists will be shortlisted and a video of the pitches will be published on Enterprise Nation for a public vote. The winner will be the business idea that attracts the most votes and will be announced on 26 May at the Go and Grow Online Summit in London.

If you are currently studying or graduated within the last two years in the UK and have a business idea or are running a business that has been trading for less than a year, apply today!


£3,500 cash prize to turn your idea into business reality, contributed by 123 Reg
One day in London to build a business plan with experts, accountants and growth advisers
Suite of products from 123 Reg including free domain, website builder and Office 365
£500 Bing advertising credits
Profile on the Enterprise Nation blog and social media
12 months free Enterprise Nation membership and support


Emma Jones MBE, founder of Enterprise Nation
Oli Barret MBE, co-founder of StartUp Britain, Tenner and Cospa
Nick Leech, marketing director of 123 Reg
Amber Atherton, founder and CEO of MY FLASH TRASH and Rubric
Michael Eder, co-founder of
Yani Vladimirova, enterprise engagement manager of NACUE

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