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NCGE stands for National Council for Graduate Entrepreneurship (UK)

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The National Council for Graduate Entrepreneurship is running Flying Start: Make it Happen events across the country, including in London, Manchester, Birmingham, Carlisle and Plymouth.
The Birmingham-based National Council for Graduate Entrepreneurship (NCGE) runs a programmecalled FlyingStart, which organises 12-month business readiness programmes, half-day rallies geared towards giving people practical advice and an international entrepreneurship programme, which sees the best younggraduate entrepreneurs undertake sixmonths part-time training in the UK, followed by six months fulltime training and experience in the US at the Kauffman Foundation.
The government-backed Awards, sponsored by HSBC Bank and presented in association with the National Council for Graduate Entrepreneurship (NCGE), follows a recent study that suggests there could be as many as 80,000 students running a campus-born business - with some already on the way to their first million.
Guest speaker Ian Robertson, chief executive of the National Council for Graduate Entrepreneurship, said: "The event was brilliant and I was delighted by the quality and organisation and what Blueprint's organisers have done and what they are doing.
The UK's National Council for Graduate Entrepreneurship (NCGE) is joining forces with the Ewing Marion Kauffman Foundation in the United States to create a scholarship program for 15-20 of Britain's most promising young entrepreneurs in a move backed by the UK's Department for Education and Skills (DfES) and its Small Business Service (SBS).
The government-backed Awards, sponsored by HSBC Bank and presented in association with the National Council for Graduate Entrepreneurship (NCGE), follows a recent study that suggests there could be as many as 80,000 students running a campus-born business - with some already on the way to their first million.