Purple CV is awarding all first prize winners of the university competitions and the EIBC Champion of Champions winners with a personalised CV package. This includes an expertly written CV, a cover letter and a LinkedIn profile to helping them make a powerful impact on prospective employers. This package is an invaluable asset for graduates seeking employment.
Purple CV is a UK-based CV writing specialist that has helped thousands of people get on the career ladder, from all sectors and levels of industry.
Purple CV works closely with clients and all CVs are written from scratch, taking into account a candidate's skills, experience and qualifications, ensuring that the CV is tailored to a client’s exact sector and career stage/seniority. The career experts offer a five-day turnaround and 12 months of unlimited revisions on CVs.
Purple CV believes that, no matter what sector or level of job, a great, personalised CV is the secret to getting noticed by prospective employers.
With over 5 million self-employed individuals in the UK, science and engineering professionals are contributing to the growth in people choosing to work for themselves. To support the winners of the competition IPSE are providing one year’s free IPSE Plus membership which provides a wide range of advice and support services to help effectively launch a business.
IPSE is the largest association supporting and representing freelancers and self-employed professionals in the UK. Recognising the significant increase in the number of young people becoming freelancers, consultants and contractors, IPSE works in partnership with universities across the UK to ensure students and graduates are prepared to succeed in their independent careers.
The Chartered Association of Business Schools runs the Small Business Charter – a national award which recognises business schools which demonstrate excellence in supporting student enterprise, small businesses and the local economy.
With 4.9 million SMEs trading across the UK, the skills associated with management, innovation and entrepreneurship are of vital importance. We’re supporting the EIBF because it will give undergraduate engineering students the opportunity to develop the skills needed to add value within local and regional economies.
We will work to raise awareness of the EIBF with business schools throughout the UK committed to supporting student entrepreneurial activities.
Higher Education from Cambridge exists to deliver the highest quality content and resources from leading authors to instructors and students, supporting successful teaching and learning journeys in today’s rapidly changing educational environment.
We are pleased to present a copy of Dick Whittington’s Digital Innovation and Entrepreneurship to each winning team at the Champion of Champions Final 2020. This textbook provides students who already have digital expertise with a solid foundation in business and entrepreneurship in order to launch and run a business. Using a logical, objective-based structure, the book guides students to a comprehensive and practical understanding of innovation and entrepreneurship. Chapters progress through the steps in creating a successful digital business: framing the business, promotion and sales, delivery and operations, value capture, growth and scalability, intellectual property and protection, and leadership and structure.
The book contains a wealth of valuable information on entrepreneurial business development, providing insights for both digital and non-digital businesses of all types.