Manchester Entrepreneurs


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Founded in 2008, Manchester Entrepreneurs was set up to create and educate a community of future business and society leaders.

Today, the community has flourished and comprises over 4500 members, being one of the largest student societies in the UK. We encourage entrepreneurship and intrapreneurship within the student and graduate community, by connecting them with the wider ecosystem of businesses and corporates.

What are others saying?

Richard Kuti, Ex-Head of Network for NACUE

Manchester Entrepreneurs have shown the ability to design and deliver an amazingly diverse programme of activity for their members. They’ve contributed to the personal development of many students along the way and are a fantastic example of this new generation of entrepreneurial students.

Dan Sodergren, Co-founder of Follogro

Manchester Entrepreneurs becoming the NACUE University Society of the Year in 2013 is testimony not only to the great marketing work of this years’ crop of new talent but of four years hard work which finally has been noticed. What other society has had such a viral marketing campaign? With 800,000 YouTube views and counting. Truly impressive.


Over the past 8 years Manchester Entrepreneurs has grown to be the one of the largest and most successful enterprise societies in the UK.

We connect intrapreneurial students and start-ups with businesses and corporates all across Europe, sparking the vital relationships needed for students to kick start their career, and for corporates to utilise new ideas and creative input from these savvy intrapreneurs.

Some of our partners…

Manchester Science Partnerships

Manchester Science Partnerships (MSP) is a network of local scientists, innovators and entrepreneurs, catalysing the growth of innovative science and technology businesses. They provide office space, communities and networks that provide idea conditions for new ideas to flourish and for concepts to become commercial reality.

Manchester Enterprise Centre

Based within Manchester Business School, MEC are recognised as a leader in enterprise education and aim to inspire, educate and develop enterprising individuals and enable them to positively impact the growth of dynamic organisations.

Campus Capital

Campus Capital is the UK’s first on-campus venture capital fund. Unlike traditional VC firms, Campus Capital is part run by active students who are leading on deals with early-stage, high-growth startups that have the potential to become industry-leading companies. Both lead roles of Campus Capital at the University of Manchester are taken by our core team members Adaobi Adibe and Fritz Lensch who aim to connect Manchester Entrepreneurs and Campus Capital closely.

University of Manchester

In total, twenty five Nobel Prize winners have passed through the University of Manchester. These include Arthur Lewis, Ernst Rutherford, and Andre Geim. Many of the University’s achievements and discoveries have shaped the history of the modern world.


Throughout the year we organise a variety of programmes and workshops in which we will shift away from traditional lecture-style ways of learning and development, and instead really encourage people to interact and help bridge the gap between the student community and the working world.

The whole purpose of these events are for people to interact with each other, learn new skills, and forge valuable relationships with startups and businesses from across the UK.

Test Event

5 Dec, 9pm

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Manchester Science Partnerships
Greenheys house
Pencroft Way
M15 6JJ

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