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  • Portfolio career
  • Developing skills Negotiation, persuasion, selling, project management, creative problem solving, time management Practicing behaviours Opportunity finding, opportunity grasping, networking, taking initiative, strategic thinking, risk taking Supporting attributes Acheivement orientated, independent, creative autonomy, commitment, determination
  • doing, engaging, networking, testing, reflecting
  • Developing Leaders in Entrepreneurship Education course: Moodle site / NESTA Insight Out approach / more courses like that? / enterprise educators group for PME & BIAD? Teaching & Learning Festival I’ll be doing a session Insight Out: Developing a portfolio career For recent graduate who might want to think about best approaches to Tales of Creativity www.talesofcreativity.co.uk
  • Case studies? Resources? Sharing best practice?
  • Bob Geldolf – musician Set up Band Aid, Live Aid, Live 8 Sanchita Saha – City Socialising website Sweet Mandarin – restaurant in Manchester set up by Helen, Lisa and Janet John Bird – founder of The Big Issue Paul Smith – fashion designer from Nottingham At the age of 16, with no career plans or qualifications, Paul Smith was propelled by his father into a menial job at the local clothing warehouse in his native Nottingham. However his real passion was sport and his ambition was to become a professional racing cyclist, until aged 17 years when cycling-mad Paul was in a terrible accident. Six months in hospital followed and during this time Paul made some new friends. After leaving hospital he arranged to meet them again and by chance the meeting place was a local pub that was popular with the students from the local art college. Within two years, Paul Smith was managing his first boutique in Nottingham and with the encouragement of his girlfriend Pauline Denyer (now wife) and a small amount of savings, opened a tiny shop in 1970 Tricia Guild - Tricia Guild founded Designers Guild in London in 1970, one of the most influential and creative forces in the world of interior design. Since then, the company has achieved international renown for a wide variety of home and lifestyle products; most notably, innovative furnishing fabrics and wallpapers, bed and bath and furniture as well as collections of paint, carpets and rugs and a range of stationery and accessories. Designers Guild products are wholesaled in over 40 countries worldwide. Sarah Tremelen – founder Bravissimo mail order lingerie business The company – which started in a living room in 1994 – expects to turn over something in the region of £7 million this year and has 35 employees – the majority of them women Tony Wilson – broadcaster, Founder of Factory Records and the Hacienda night club in Manchester and Cultural Entrepreneur Martha Lane Fox Founded lastminute.com now on the board of Channel 4 and non excutive board of M&S

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