Capturing the spirit of Churchill’s intent to produce the leaders of the future, this competition seeks to identify the best business ideas of current Churchill students and alumni.
The aim of this competition is to create an environment where Churchill students and alumni can gain knowledge and skills in whatever future direction their careers take: corporate, banking, consulting or entrepreneurship.
The competition is open to all current members of College, including alumni, with an idea for an innovative service or product they would like to develop. Prizes include mentoring and cash prizes to enable participants to develop their ideas further.
Prospective entrants are invited to contact firstname.lastname@example.org if they have any questions and / or to seek advice on potential submissions. The submission deadline is Sunday 6 March 2022. The finals will take place on Wednesday 27 April 2022.
The Churchill College Enterprise Competition is being generously supported for the next three years by our headline sponsor; the Federation of Shenzhen Commerce (FSC). The FSC is a mutual-benefit and non-profit social organisation formed by the top Shenzhen entrepreneurs for acquiring important information, social and governmental resources.
Our supporting sponsor CyberHive is delighted to sponsor a £250 award for the team with the "Most Innovative Technology". CyberHive is a technology company, led by three Cambridge graduates with a mission to thwart cyber criminals and make data breaches a thing of the past. Its patented "Trusted Cloud" cyber security technology was launched in July 2018. The company has grown strongly since that time, securing a significant investment in April 2021 to further accelerate their growth
The University Enterprise Network
This website is for students and staff at the University of Cambridge who are interested in enterprise and innovation. It provides links to the different ways you can get involved in a range of activities at Cambridge, such as learning new skills, attending networking events, getting a job or internship a start-up, starting your own business, or getting the results of your research applied in industry.
Churchill College Engineering Society (ChuEng)
Churchill College Engineering Society (or ChuEng for short) is an academic and social hub for the engineering community of Churchill, from Undergrads to Fellows. We run events, talks, and socials throughout the year as well as showcasing the engineering talent of the college both past and present.