Design Make Sell is a fantastic opportunity that will challenge you to combine creativity with enterprise. Don't miss out!
Date: 1 February 2014
Open to Cass students with limited places allocated on a first come first serve basis so don’t miss out.
Closing date for registration is 28/02/2014.
Do you have a great idea for a new product?
Have you ever wondered how much you could make selling for the day at Camden market?
U-Create gives you the chance to take your idea from pitch to prototype and creation to cash.
Work in a team to design a product during a bootcamp weekend, then pitch with your product to a panel of judges for the opportunity to manufacture that product and take it to market.
March 1st–2nd Design:
Bootcamp from ideas to concept. Pitch
March 3rd-4th Make:
Experiment– are they practical?
March 8th: Pitch:
Funding to take your design to market
March 22nd–23rd Sell:
Sell across London and online.
Event in association with nacue/create
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