November 2013 | Alumni Profiles
This month we hear from a budding entrepreneur working at Virgin Money, learn about an inspirational graduation speech and trace a path from linguistics degree to debut novel.
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Cameron Conant is an American-born freelance writer based in Edinburgh. Here he tells us why he believes self-improvement is much more important than making money.
Kieran Ferguson has gone from creating a Gumtree-style website for Edinburgh students to working at Richard Branson's new bank, Virgin Money.
Philippa Greer's law degree has taken her to the United States and Harvard University, all of which was inspired by a graduation day speech from Dr Olivia Giles.
Richard Watt’s career has taken him around the world, mainly working within the IT industry. Here he explains how he has finally realised his dream of becoming an author.
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