Do you have what it takes to work in a startup?

A startup is a small business created by directors and shareholders that often evolves in an unstable environment. There are many startups who are currently recruiting young graduates and you might have asked yourself if you have what it takes to work in one. There are many differences between sm...

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Colmeia: The networking assistant making sure you never forget a name again

Colmeia founder Andrea Sommer tells us more about the innovative app improving networking experiences, along with some handy tips and business advice for young entrepreneurs thinking about launching their own business.  Can you tell us about yourself and your team? I’m a Brazilian-born German ...

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5 simple yet effective tips for writing a cover letter!

You've finally found the perfect job, but how to write the perfect cover letter that will attract an employer's attention and make sure you get an interview?  Here you can find 5 handy cover letter tips to make sure you get that all important call back: 1. Be direct. Employers are busy people. ...

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Why understanding failure is the key to success

What is it that sets highly successful people apart from the crowd? Books have been written on the subject, interviews conducted and theories conjectured. To those who yearn for the answer, success becomes an enigmatic destination, dissociated with ideas of struggle, failure or fear. Quite convin...

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7 benefits of studying abroad with Erasmus

Do you know what Erasmus is? Perhaps you've heard of it, but you’re not completely sure how it works? Well, I'm here to tell you all about it from my own experience. If you asked me to define Erasmus I would say “the best experience of my life”, if you asked Google it would tell you that Erasmu...

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Inside the Company: Year In Industry at Procter & Gamble

Today as part of our "Inside the Company" column, we interview 19-year-old John Hall. John is currently a Year In Industry student in Research & Development at Procter & Gamble, as part of the Alliance Innovation Team in the Newcastle Innovation Centre. John shares his reasons for choosin...

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Life as a Vlogger: Becky Sheeran aka TalkBeckyTalk

Today we interview Becky Sheeran, the independent young vlogger who's amassed over 157,000 YouTube subscribers since creating her channel, TalkBeckyTalk, at the age of 22.  Find out more about her inspiration, the challenges of being a YouTuber and her plans for the future.  Where did you grow...

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[Infographic] Student vs. Young Professional: 6 Everyday Differences

Tinder VS gov.uk, empty piggy bank VS a couple of pounds, university hoodies VS suits, being a young professional has its advantages... and its disadvantages! The Wizbii team had fun brainstorming the main differences between the daily life of a student and the daily life of a young professional ...

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6 promising startups from Ireland and NI, just in time for St. Patrick's Day!

The time has come again, it's everyone's favourite day of the year, and no, it's not Christmas:  St. Patrick's Day! To celebrate we wanted to choose some of the best young talent from the home of St. Patrick himself, Ireland and Northern Ireland (we'll probably have a few pints as well though). 1...

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AppyParking: The startup making parking an 'appier experience

Today the Daily Wiz team interview Dan Hubert, a promising young entrepreneur and CEO of AppyParking, the app helping drivers in the UK's biggest cities park quickly and easily. Find out more about the startup and its future, plus useful tips for other young entrepreneurs who are thinking about t...

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The 8 types of exasperating colleagues you find in every office

It's often said that it's our differences that make us unique and that "variety is the spice of life", but there are some spices we'd probably rather avoid (like clove for example)...However, these types of people can be systematically found in every company. More cliché than blonde jokes (b...

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BackTracker: Off-the-beaten-track adventures for backpackers!

Are you searching for a unique travel experience, but have found that most websites and guides are out-dated and unable to provide the insider tips and advice you need? To help you make the most of your backpacking adventure, Henry and friends came up with the BackTracker app when they noticed a ...

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9 ways to make a good first impression at your new job

You've finally got the job! You're impatient to show how enthusiastic you are and how much you want to stay at the company! The first few days are often considered as the most important as they allow you to give a first impression that will last for months. The objective isn't to scare your emplo...

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#IWD2016 - 10 inspirational female founders in their twenties!

It's that time of the year again: International Women's Day! Here at The Daily Wiz we try our best to spread the word about young entrepreneurs from all over the UK, but today we celebrate the rise of young female entrepreneurs on the startup scene and their inspirational projects. Brigitte West ...

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8 Top Universities for Entrepreneurship - 8 Promising Startups

An increasing number of UK universities are encouraging students to develop their projects and ideas, by providing funding, support and other invaluable resources to help grow their students' entrepreneurial talent. The Daily Wiz team decided to select 8 of the top UK university incubators, accel...

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Infographic: 7 differences between the first and last day of an internship

“You can never make too much of a good first impression” my mum tells me over and over again… So for the first day of my internship at Wizbii, I arrived in a suit. I can’t even describe how awkward I felt when I opened the office doors. It's 2016 of course and employees, especially those who work...

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The TeaShed: World domination, one teabag at a time!

The British are well-known for their love of tea: be it Earl Grey, English Breakfast, or even Lady Grey if you're feeling particularly adventurous. Jules, however, saw a gap in the tea market and decided to launch the TeaShed using her student overdraft. Today, Jules shares the inspiration behind...

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Graduate Jobs vs. Graduate Schemes: What's the Difference?!

So, you’ve just finished uni, but what now? You could take a year out and travel the world, start your own business, but perhaps the most popular option would be to find a job. After at least 3 years of uni, you might finally want something to show for all that hard work and study. Then there's t...

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