FEB 01] COVENTRY UNIVERSITY NEWS
Students Gear Up For Garage Night
University students are planning to take the entertainment world
by storm by organising and promoting their own Garage night in
event, to be held on Tuesday, will be the first live event
organised by BATS Promotions, a company set-up and run by
students as part of a new enterprise scheme for graduates.
are encouraged to set up and trade as a company. They have a
company name, are registered with HSBC, produce an operational
business plan and sell shares in their company to raise capital.
member of the company is allocated a different function in an
area such as sales, personnel and finance. The company must
trade for a full year before liquidating its assets in July.
Garage night, called Darkside, to be held at Club Campbell in
Jordan Well, is hoped to be the first in a long line of
successful events organised by the company.
Promotions have booked a top line-up of Birmingham DJs for the
event, P Money and Ricky E are amongst the headliners.
Promotions is made up of nine enthusiastic students, who are
keen to see the event become a success.
spokesman Craig Mitchell said:
put in a lot of work and are sure it will be a big success and
a good night out for everyone that comes.”
recognition of their hard work, the Graduate Enterprise
management team has approached BATS Promotions to organise their
annual social event.
for Darkside cost £3 and are available on the door.