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Welcome to the brand-new London Metropolitan University Small Business Clinic, free for small businesses.
London Metropolitan University is pleased to offer free business services via our brand-new Small Business Clinic to London and UK-based companies, new enterprises, sole traders and start-ups, where our dedicated and entrepreneurial students will work with you and for you to develop and enhance your business, supervised by one of London Met’s academic tutors.
We are offering free services to small businesses in a number of different areas:
- business, marketing and management
- food science and food start-ups
- data analytics and digital media
Hear more about our Small Business Clinic
Barry Dwyer, who heads up London Met's Small Business Clinic, talks about the clinic and what it can offer.
Projects and news
Help to Grow: An innovative toolkit to strength your business position
Help to Grow Management is an innovative training programme designed to help entrepreneurs and executives working in London's SMEs to the next level.
London Met and Filisia awarded Knowledge Transfer Partnership
Innovative project will harness the power of machine learning and artificial intelligence to help develop bespoke interventions for people with additional needs.
London Met welcomes Chris Lord as Head of Enterprise
Newly created role will help the University to increase the visibility of its research and make an even greater contribution to London and beyond.
London Met alumni celebrated at prestigious Black British Business Awards
Graduates Jessica Elliott and Yinka Ilori were nominated at the awards, with Ilori winning in his category.
Knowledge Exchange Framework highlights London Met's support for student entrepreneurs
London Met in the top 20% for supporting student entrepreneurs and for its work delivering CPD courses.
London Met graduate's business venture reaches 100,000th customer
Graduate from the Guildhall School of Business and Law, Alex Adamo's business 'IHateIroning' has just hit a major milestone of 100,000 customers served.
Guildhall School of Business and Law scores highly for student satisfaction
The latest Complete University Guide saw Business and Management courses rank 3rd for student satisfaction in the UK, Economics 7th, Accounting and Finance 12th and Law 19th.
Help to Grow: a new management toolkit
The training programme will help take entrepreneurs and executives working in London's SMEs to the next level.
Celebrating London Met's Big Ideas
Entrepreneurs and social innovators from across the University were highlighted at the Big Idea Challenge awards ceremony.
Cast your vote for London Met’s next Big Idea
All are welcome to vote in the People’s Choice category in London Met’s flagship entrepreneurship and enterprise competition, the Big Idea Challenge.
The Big Idea Challenge Bootcamp returns
With teams from schools across from London, the competition is one of the University's biggest annual events, and one of the biggest competitions of its kind for young people in London.
London Met's Christmas Market returns
Journalism students Gabriela Yorgova and Sara Scheeres headed to the festive market to speak to some of the University's makers and creators about their products.
London Met places third in HE Innovate Awards 2021
The University was awarded for its work in the Creative Spark Big Idea Challenge, delivered on behalf of the British Council.
Students offer free support to small businesses, social enterprises and charities in London
Small businesses, social enterprises and charities can receive bespoke, free support from London Met, with entrepreneurial students offering their skills in a wide range of areas.