Month: November 2018

Seminar 4: The Basics of Employing Staff

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On 28 Nov 2018, the SBC held it’s fourth seminar, ‘The Basics of Employing Staff: What does a start up business need to know?’. The seminar was delivered by employment solicitor Charlotte Allery, from Coffin Mew LLP. Download the lecture slides here: Seminar 28 Nov 2018

 

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Seminar 3: Running a business and legal issues

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On 21 Nov 2018, the SBC held it’s third seminar, ‘Running a business and legal issues: Intellectual property, data protection and managing your contracts’. The seminar was delivered by commercial solicitor Andrew Jerrard, from Coffin Mew LLP. Download the lecture slides here: Seminar Nov 21st 2018IMG_4233

Meet our clients

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Former SBC clients, Przemek, Maciej and Mauro, have come a long way since first attending the clinic. In 2017, the former University of Southampton students established Researchably, a biomedical search engine using AI algorithms to increase the relevance of results to every researcher. Here’s their original pitch: First Pitch

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Seminar 2: Corporate Law and Start-Ups

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On 14 Nov 2018, the SBC held it’s second seminar, ‘Corporate Law and Start-Ups: The roles and responsibilities of directors and shareholders in setting up and growing a company’. The seminar was delivered by James Kitching, corporate solicitor for Coffin Mew LLP. Download the lecture slides here: Seminar Nov 14th 2018IMG_4228

Seminar 1: Should you become your own boss?

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On 7 Nov 2018, the SBC’s first seminar, ‘Should you become your own boss?’, was delivered by Clinic Consultant Renold Tang. Steve Brewer, CEO and founder of Infoculture Ltd, also spoke about his experience building his own company, and the assistance he received from the SBC. Download the lecture slides here: Seminar Nov 7th 2018