Ollie is hiding on campus with his good friend Dollie on 30 September

This Semester’s (Duck)tohunt is supported by Student Volunteering Cardiff, Skills Development Service and Cardiff University Enterprise in a bid to help raise awareness about where we are, what we do and how we help students become more employable!

Run around campus, find an Ollie or Dollie and win prizes – all you need to do is return them to the Centre for Skills, Enterprise and Volunteering Office on Level 2 of the Students’ Union.

Prizes this year include:

  • Cash rewards
  • Limited Edition Ducktohunt T-Shirts
  • Cardiff University T-Shirts
  • Union event tickets
  • T-Shirts and Sunglasses from Sundried
  • GIANT Millies Cookie
  • Special mystery prize

We’re still looking for prizes!

We like to support local Cardiff Businesses and new start-ups – so if you would like to donate a prize to our competition, please get in touch – it can be a product or service and of any value. However, we do prefer whole value prizes rather than money-off tokens – its like paying for half your birthday present otherwise.

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Have a look at our Octohunt page and see what some companies gave us last year. We have some photos on our Facebook, too – and remember you can receive tax relief on gifts to charities.

Please email us for further details of how to be involved:

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About James Murray

James has worked at Cardiff University Enterprise since early 2012. Before joining this awesome team he worked in Dundee, Scotland, Kota Kinabalu Malaysia, and London, England. He has won a few awards in enterprise and entrepreneurship and also run (and sold) two small businesses. He holds a MA (Hon) in International Politics (researching past actions of the CIA) and an MSc in International Business, Marketing and HR Management (researching BigPharma). At Cardiff University Enterprise he assists coordinating the of postgraduate & research enterprise activity in the form of iSolve and Enterprising Researcher. He sits on the Cardiff Start meetings, and helps manage the Intern team, and is always on the lookout for new guest speakers and workshop leaders. He also keeps an eye on the Blog, Social Media, helps modernise the operations of the team and enlists local companies for prizes and sponsorship for events. James is also known to love cars, technology, adventure and food. He specialises in team mentoring, experimental entrepreneurship events, research commercialisation, and networking.