The New Enterprise Competition
Win funding for your business through the University’s flagship start-up competition.
Every year we award £35,000 of funding to entrepreneurial students, staff and alumni. These start-ups cover a broad range of areas from jewellery design to novel vertical farming technologies.
Winners join a prestigious group of start-ups and spinouts and are part of the 20-year tradition of celebrating and rewarding entrepreneurship at the University of Bristol.
Meet the 2021-22 winners of the New Enterprise Competition - RouteZero
RouteZero was founded by computer Science graduate Albie Baker-Smith (pictured above) and cofounder Dan Brown.
Their mission is to stop catastrophic climate change, through their platform which helps individuals and organisations switch out high-emission travel for greener journeys.
Albie and Dan were awarded £10,000 in funding and 12 months of incubation at SETSquared which will go towards customer acquisition, developing and running their platform and enhancing their partnerships. Congratulations!
Meet our brilliant New Enterprise Competition sponsors:
The New Enterprise Competition is made possible by our incredible sponsors and mentors.
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Who are the Basecamp Enterprise Team?
A team of start-up specialists that sit within the Careers Service at the University of Bristol.
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How to enter the New Enterprise Competition
The Development Stage is open for applications on Monday 28 November.