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  • Changing sous vide,Żaneta Muranko

    Changing sous vide,Żaneta Muranko

    BSc Engineering Product Design graduate Zaneta Muranko became involved with the sous vide project during her time as an undergraduate and is now engaged in the commercialisation process.

  • Sam Cox, alumnus, PgDip Architecture

    Sam Cox, alumnus, PgDip Architecture

    Sam Cox graduated with aPgDip Architecture in  2011 from London South Bank University.

  • Sarada Chunduri-Shoesmith, Wake Up Gigs

    Sarada Chunduri-Shoesmith, Wake Up Gigs

    Postgraduate student Sarada Chunduri-Shoesmith developed her idea of live music for parents, Wake Up Gigs, winning the Idea Category of LSBU’s Make It Happen Competition in 2017.

  • Iconic Bakes, Olushola Bukoye

    Iconic Bakes, Olushola Bukoye

    As a graduate of the School for Applied Sciences, Olushola Bukoye set up her Buks Bakes business in 2014 and was awarded a place on LSBU’s Graduate Entrepreneur Scheme for 2017/18.

  • Charyl Pitts-Howard, WUNDERkIND

    Charyl Pitts-Howard, WUNDERkIND

    Charyl Pitts-Howard used her experience with children and her occupational therapy study to create multi-sensory play platform WUNDERkIND, with business help from LSBU's Entrepreneurship and Innovation Institute.

  • Max Harvey, FloodFort

    Max Harvey, FloodFort

    Product Design alumnus Max Harvey develops practical solution to UK’s flooding problem with the support of the Graduate Entrepreneur Scheme

  • Ishani Jasmin, Spark programme

    Ishani Jasmin, Spark programme

    Working on the Spark programme, student Ishani Jasmin draws inspiration from her own experiences to improve student support

  • Social Agendas, Aaron Branch

    Social Agendas, Aaron Branch

    London South Bank University Alumnus Aaron Branch benefited from the Graduate Entrepreneur Scheme, helping him to grow his Social Agendas company.

  • Branch Brush, Julieta Ose

    Branch Brush, Julieta Ose

    Serial entrepreneur Julieta, co-creator of Branch Brush, a company selling an all-natural form or oral hygiene, is looking to ‘change the world’ one mouth at a time!

  • Motivez, Muizz Almaroof

    Motivez, Muizz Almaroof

    Motivez, an events platform created to inspire productivity, helps give young people all they need to create their own future pathways and uses a space in the Clarence Centre


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