Emilee Simmons

 

 


 

Dr Emilee Simmons, BM, MSt (Oxon), PhD, MBA (Leeds), is a Teaching Fellow, with experience in retail management, educational engagement, social enterprise and charities. Before joining the Leeds Enterprise Centre, she worked as an archivist & researcher for the Bate Collection Museum of Musical Instruments in Oxford, was an educational engagement manager for Fair-trade organisations, and at the University of Leeds taught undergraduate modules for the School of Music and more recently was a Lead Officer for the Educational Engagement team.

During her time on the MBA she was President of the Leeds Chapter of Net Impact, a non-profit organisation that looks to educate, equip and inspire professionals to use the power of business and entrepreneurship to create a more sustainable future (social, economic & environmental). After which she became the UK Global Fellow, supporting chapters across the UK and acting as an ambassador for the organisation. She is currently a professional member of the organisation and continues to support the Leeds chapter.

Currently she is on the board of trustees for Saltaire Inspired, a voluntary-run charity whose vision is to inspire people of all ages and backgrounds to participate in the arts.

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Dec 5th 2016

Raising funds in an important when starting a business; find out which source of funding is most suitable for your business idea. A successful business requires funding to get it started. There are many ways to get your business up and running, from the informal such as personal savings and borrowing, borrowing from friends and family, to the more formal avenues like bank loans, raising equity to crowd-funding.

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