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Find out how students have benefited from taking part in creative projects, placements and internships at Liverpool's much-loved music festival.
Susie Ocana and Natalie Wade prove it’s never too late to learn. They both decided to return to education in order to progress their careers in human resource management.
By day, Cathryn Appleton works in the digital creative department of TJ Morris but in her spare time you’ll find her in front of Liverpool landmarks painstakingly setting up miniature scenes for Honey, I shrunk Liverpool.
We find out how Lois Warrington got the role as Marketing Manager at Sound City and what advice she has for budding digital marketers.
We talk to Angela Bowdery, senior lecturer on the Accounting and Finance programme, about her role in helping a Syrian family put down roots in her local community.
LJMU marketing student, Amy Collins started making pins as a side project but her creations quickly became sought after by many well-known brands across the city and further afield.
Liverpool Business School lecturers, Catherine Fairhurst and Lucy McGrath, discuss the role of accountants in the 21st century.
Hannah Thompson, who set up her own dance company after graduating from LJMU, shares her top tips for starting a business.