Calling all entrepreneurs: we've got an epic competition for you right here. Pitch us your best business idea and you could win a shiny new Apple MacBook Pro, courtesy of the lovely people at The University of Law Business School.
It's breathtakingly easy to enter. Just come up a great business idea and submit it using the competition form below. Expert judges from The University of Law Business School will whittle all entries down to a final shortlist before the TSR community has the final say on the winning idea.
Just tell us about your business idea and why it would be a success. You've got until 31 August to submit your idea.
Here's what you could win...
13-inch MacBook Pro in space grey, featuring:
How to enter
Entering is easy. Just follow these steps.
- Come up with a name for your business
- Work out your elevator pitch - a quickfire summary of what your business will do and why it's such a great idea
- Suss out your market. Who would buy your product or service? How much of it could you sell?
- Grab your phone and take a video to support your entry. Camera shy? No worries, this bit is optional
We'll be announcing the shortlisted entrants in mid-September, but remember you must have submitted your entry by 31 August to be in the running.
Our partnership with The University of Law Business School
The Student Room is proud to work with The University of Law Business School as the official partner of our business hub.
The University of Law is the UK's longest-established specialist provider of legal education and training. It is now bringing its expertise in quality education to the business world, with undergraduate and postgraduate programmes that focus on practical learning, personal development and employability.
As part of The University of Law, business school students are joining an institution which has received a gold ranking for its teaching, learning and outcomes in the government-led Teaching Excellence Framework (TEF) in 2017.
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