Naomi’s role as Entrepreneur in Residence (EiR) at LSBU provides valuable advice, support and expertise to our aspiring student and graduate entrepreneurs, both on a 1-2-1 and group basis. Naomi’s knowledge and experience as a health professional and in setting up social enterprises has helped to bring curriculum work “to life” for students and she has been essential in offering an objective perspective to our graduates on our pre-accelerator programme. By collaborating with entrepreneurs like Naomi it helps ensure our students and graduates are working with people that are running businesses themselves, whilst getting access to inspiring and timely support.
Supported by London Southbank Universities Entrepreneurship and Innovation Institute, we run regular workshops and 1-2-1 sessions at the Clarence Centre, providing students and graduates with first-hand access to expertise and experiences of starting and growing a successful business. We support students and graduates who are interested in setting up a business within the health, wellbeing and social sectors.