An online music library has offered our students the chance to submit their tracks for the chance to be used commercially.
Pop-up Music will select the best for licensing through the music library for commercial use in TV, advertising, films or gaming. The winner will have their joining fee for to the Performing Rights Society (PRS) paid by the college.
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Three enterprising business students from the Wandsworth Campus of South Thames College beat nineteen teams from across the borough to secure 2nd place in the Wandsworth Dragons’ Den competition.
Alexandra Munteanu, 18, Florence Nuamah, 17, and Aimal Nashat, 19, as AFA, pitched their product to the panel of expert judges at the Civic Centre in Wandsworth. The judges were impressed with their idea of a light that clips inside your bag, especially as they had made their own prototype. Despite their confident presentation, the team narrowly missed out on the top spot to Graveney School.
South Thames College is hosting a number of sessions during Wandsworth Enterprise Week (3-8 February) to help budding entrepreneurs get their business ideas off the ground.
Organised by Wandsworth Borough Council's Economic Development Office, the inaugural six-day event aims to foster enterprise in the borough, with a different theme in a different location each day.