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About Dell

For more than 26 years, Dell has played a critical role in transforming computing, enabling more affordable and more pervasive access to technology around the world. Today, its goals remain the same – bringing innovative solutions to customers, doing right by them and believing in the dreams of entrepreneurs.

Dell develops and delivers innovative technology and services that give its customers the power to do more. Through its technology products and services Dell is committed to helping small and medium businesses grow and better serve their customers by drawing greater value from technology.
Dell has a number of programmes aimed at empowering entrepreneurs, start-ups and small businesses worldwide to support every stage of a growing business. Started by Dell’s first Entrepreneur-in-Residence, Ingrid Vanderveldt, Dell’s Center for Entrepreneurs offers start-ups access to Dell investors and venture capital firms through initiatives like the Dell Innovators Credit Fund  which aims to unite entrepreneurs with the right technology and solutions to enable their business to scale and grow. In addition, offers news and analysis on the latest technology trends and business challenges for entrepreneurs and small business globally.  
As part of its commitment to supporting women entrepreneurs, Dell established the Dell Women’s Entrepreneur Network (DWEN) as part of its wider Women Powering Business community which actively engages with over 2,000 women worldwide with the goal of accelerating opportunities for women business leaders to expand their networks, find valuable resources and showcase how technology can enable business innovation and growth.
Learn more about Dell’s support for entrepreneurs and its business technology solutions by visiting: or following @DellCFEUK on twitter.

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You Are Invited To The Dell UK Centre for Entrepreneurs Networking Event

Written by entrepreneurcountry on Thursday, 05 June 2014.

Dell UK are giving five entrepreneurcountry citizens the oppurtunity to attend the Centre for Entrepreneurs Networking Event on the 10th June. The spaces are available on a first come first served basis. Please email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.  if you would like to attend. 

Dell Turns 30

Written by Jessica Hashemi on Thursday, 29 May 2014.

Earlier this month Dell celebrated its 30th year in business. Since 1984 Michael Dell has risen to become one of the worlds most successful businessmen, creating a brand synonymous with technology, innovation and entrepreneurship. Dell has been in the spotlight over the past year for its privatization deal in October which has been an 'exciting chapter' for the brand allowing it to be even more flexible and entrepreneurial.

2014: the year of green shoots and growth?

Written by Tim Griffin on Thursday, 22 May 2014.

There's no denying the world has been through the worst economic recession since the Great Depression of the 1930s. But as we emerge on the other side, 2014 looks set to be a good year for the UK. Why? A host of positive signs point to a picture of economic growth: the Government recently announced it has met its 2013-14 borrowing targets; and according to Start-up Britain, more than 500,000 companies were created last year alone; and almost 200,000 businesses have started-up this year.

Dell Entrepreneur Spotlight Series: Kevin Ackermann, BACA Jewellery

Written by Sarah Shields on Thursday, 08 May 2014.

From high-flying banker, to UK social entrepreneur, Kevin Ackermann chose to make a drastic change in the way he measured personal success. Quitting his job in finance, Kevin's global travels made him acutely aware of the extent of human trafficking and poverty, and of the value in making a social impact and achieving happiness through meaningful work.

Dell Entrepreneur Spotlight Series: Karoline Gross, Smartzer

Written by Sarah Shields on Wednesday, 16 April 2014.

Meet Karoline Gross - a UK-based entrepreneur who's achieved a great amount in a very short space of time. At 25, Gross already has a lot under her belt, from medical and film school, to a move to LA (and back again), and a stint in media production. To top it off, she's finding time to study at University College London (UCL) for a Masters in Technology Entrepreneurship, alongside running her video-tagging business, Smartzer.

An Interview with Dell's Start-up in Residence Winners

Written by Shawna Warmington-Brown on Tuesday, 15 April 2014.

Jordan Fantaay (CEO of 'smart' email and messaging software provider, Fantoo) and David Monks (COO of mobile business intelligence specialist, iNovar) were late last month announced as the winners of Dell's prestigious Start-up in Residence competition. With a prize including mentorship, a package of business-ready technology products and the oppurtunity to network globally, it's certainly a novel way for early-stage and well established companies to get the support they so often need.

Dell Entrepreneur Spotlight Series: Iman Fadaei, Aha Design

Written by Sarah Shields on Monday, 31 March 2014.

Starting and scaling a social enterprise is no walk in the park - but reading U.K. entrepreneur Iman Fadaei's story, you could be fooled!

Conquering Email - How Fantoo is Doing it

Written by Jordan Fantaay on Tuesday, 18 March 2014.

Fantoo -
Do you spend way too much time making sure you haven't missed anything in your email inbox? Despite many new methods of communication in the last 3 years, the volume of emails in the workplace continues to increase exponentially. The Radicati Group reports that 108 billion messages are being sent per day in the workplace between corporate users only – not including spam

Dell Accelerates High Growth Businesses with £10 Million Pound Fund and New UK Centre for Entrepreneurs

Written by entrepreneurcountry on Thursday, 16 January 2014.

Allow us to introduce you to the latest initiative from the worlds largest start-up: The Dell Centre for Entrepreneurs.
After huge success in the US, the entrepreneurial tech company are bringing their innovative programme to the UK, with the aim of supporting entrepreneurs through the huge challenge of setting up and growing a business.

Dell Strikes Again

Written by entrepreneurcountry on Thursday, 05 December 2013.

Michael Dell is a man that needs no introduction. With a surname that epitomises the utmost excellence in technology, Dell is a prime example of entrepreneur done good. He was on the Forbes billionaires list with a net worth of over $15 billion dollars, and continues to lead at the helm of the company he founded at 19. It’s fair to say he’s definitely doing something right.

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