Knowledge Business Centre helps student start-up company
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A group of students from Lancaster University Management School have set up their own company thanks to the help of the Knowledge Business Centre at InfoLab21.
They have launched a student website, Linkaster.com, which aims to create a virtual community for Lancaster students to help them communicate more effectively with one another. The site includes chat forums, a photo gallery, a directory of local businesses, events information, jobs, a classified ads marketplace, and information on colleges and societies.
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