Frances Brown (now heading up Creative Enterprise at Accelerator, part of London Met) launches a great cross-disciplinary collaborative hack-athon! Get in there, CASS students!
Date: 1 June 2014
Following on from the success of the Chance Your Arm Design/Shift Party and U-Create, Frances Brown (now heading up Creative Enterprise at Accelerator, part of London Met) launches a great cross-disciplinary collaborative hack-athon! Get in there, CASS students!
Work with students from across all faculties to hack, prototype and develop start-up businesses from the London Met Hatchery (business start-up at Accelerator, London Met).
Collaborate, network and possibly meet your future employer, intern position or business partner!
Sign up now!
•Start-up founders will pitch their businesses and CollabJam challenges.
•Select your business, form a team and get into ACTION!
•Present your challenge solutions to the mentor panel for prizes!
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