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Why Strathclyde? Strathclyde Entrepreneurial Network

Cultivating tomorrow's entrepreneurs and inventors

We are Strathclyde Entrepreneurial Network (SEN): the University's company creation resource.

What we do

We work with staff, students and alumni to realise their entrepreneurial potential. Our events programme and range of support services is designed to support the development of your business and kick-start your entrepreneurial journey. 

Our team of enterprise advisors, commercial managers and programme staff can help you with:

  • starting a new business
  • creating a spin-out company
  • developing your entrepreneurial skills

Let us help you turn your ideas into reality!

Entrepreneurial success at Strathclyde

The University of Strathclyde has a strong commitment to enterprise. Since 2005, we've helped to support the formation of over 150 companies!

In recognition of the University’s great work, Strathclyde was named UK Entrepreneurial University of the Year in 2013/14 at the Times Higher Education (THE) awards.

We can't wait to support the next generation of Strathclyde entrepreneurs.

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Meet our entrepreneurs

Maurice Taylor Named SEN Entrepreneur in Residence

We are delighted to announce Maurice Taylor, Founder and Chairman of the Chardon Group, as our newest Entrepreneur in Residence! Mr Taylor is our second Entrepreneur in Residence and will volunteer his time once a month through May. Mr Taylor is a loyal supporter of Strathclyde and has very strong connections with the University, not least as a member of our Strathclyde Academy for Distinguished Entrepreneurs (SADE).
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Soundbops Raises Over £30,000 on Kickstarter

Michael Tougher, founder of Soundbops and an Enterprise Hub resident, has successfully raised over £30,000 through his Kickstarter Campaign!

StoriiCare Awarded £100k from Scottish EDGE

Cameron Graham, a former SEN Rising Star, was awarded £100,000 at the Scottish EDGE Round 11 finals for his business StoriiCare.