Entrepreneurship Club Executive Committee


After reviewing an amazing set of applications, the Entrepreneurship Club is pleased to announce the new members of the 2014-2015 Executive Committee. Please join us in congratulating them!


Romain Assunção, MBA 2016

Louisa Chaves, MBA 2016

Kingma Ma, MiM 2015

Elizabeth Swanton, MBA 2016

Fast Angels/Pitching Competitions

Julius Bachmann, MiM 2015

Courtney Carlsson, MBA 2016

Community Relations

Catherine Cantwell, MBA 2016

Sheng Huang, MBA 2016


Anasuya Ramanan, MBA 2016

Camila Rondinini, MiM 2015


Nicolas Gertsmeyr, MiM 2015

Berlin Trek

Yves Bauer, MBA 2016

Ramit Mehta, MBA 2016

Ramona Milcheva, MBA 2016

Tel Aviv Trek

Dan Drach, MBA 2016

Launch of the How to... workshop series

The Entrepreneurship Club has recently launched the "How To.." Series. This is a series of Entrepreneurship Skills workshops designed to equip existing and prospective entrepreneurs with the skills to successfully launch and grow their business.

The "How To.." series kicked with a two part workshop on Search Engine Marketing (SEM). The workshop, hosted by an ex-Google employee, received an overwhelming level of interest from the entire campus community and proved to be really successful.

There are many more workshops in the pipeline with an exciting line up of speakers so please look out for updates from the Entrepreneurship Club.

Logo Competition Winners

The Committee would like to thank and congratulate our Logo Competition Winners, Pingkan Hananta and Yat Ng for designing the beautiful logo we have now.

The lucky winners will be enjoying a dinner for 2 at Mooli’s in Soho, an Indian street food restaurant. If you're looking for divine street cuisine, check it out at (http://www.moolis.com/).

Plus the Entrepreneurship Club threw in a couple of extras : £100 in cash and 2 tickets to the LBS Entrepreneurship Conference 2011 (June 3rd) because we are that generous!


Getting to Plan B - Breaking through to a better business model


Two eminent thought leaders in the global world of entrepreneurship, John Mullins ( The New Business Road Test: What Entrepreneurs and Executives Should Do Before Writing a Business Plan: 2003, 2006) and Randy Komisar ( The Monk and the Riddle: The Art of Creating a Life While Making a Living : 2001) have teamed up to write what Stanford University Professor Bob Sutton calls “more than the most useful book I’ve ever read on entrepreneurship. ” Getting to Plan B sheds new light – and refreshing clarity – on the term business model and will give you a process to discover a better one for your business old or new, as well as a framework for organizing your thinking. It will reinvent your business plan, and your approach to business planning, too.

For more information, visit the book's website

How to start a business in a slowdown

Turbulent times offer an opportunity for the most nimble businesses to get ahead. Draw inspiration from these bite-sized insights to help your business.

Watch the video from Survival of the Fastest, a partnership between London Business School, Google and The Daily Telegraph , to provide unique bite-sized insights from some of the UK's leading organisations via a new YouTube channel.

Click here for the video.

Dragon's Den

You all know the show. Now's your chance to pitch your business idea to the dragons! First launched in Japan, Dragons' Den is now an international brand with versions airing in countries across the globe. Entrepreneurs pitch for investment in the Den from our Dragons, five venture capitalists willing to invest their own money in exchange for equity. What are you waiting for? Apply now at http://www.bbc.co.uk/dragonsden/apply/