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Team from Cirencester Sixth Form College crowned winners at the Hyundai and Young Enterprise Skills for the Future UK Final, which promotes STEM skills to young people

SoberDrive, from Cirencester Sixth Form College, beat four other teams from across the UK to be crowned champions at the national final, held at the Hyundai Training Academy in High Wycombe. SoberDrive is a socially responsible business helping to reduce the number of drink driving related incidences. Their product is

A group of students who support the country’s bee population beat off stiff competition in the national online finals of the Young Enterprise Social Enterprise Awards, as they were announced the winners.

Bee-Kind, from Abbey College, sell solitary bee homes in order to help increase the bee population, and also educates primary school children about the problem faced by the reduction in the bee population and about different types of bees within the UK. The young bee supporters, from Huntingdon, Cambridgeshire, competed

Young business brains were awarded at the Young Enterprise Tenner Awards on Friday 1st May at the Telegraph offices in central London.

The Tenner Challenge is supported by BGF (Business Growth Fund) and gives young people aged 11-19 a taste of what it’s like to be an entrepreneur. Participants are pledged £10 and have four weeks to make a profit and engage with their community. They have the chance to think of

Michael Mercieca, Chief Executive, Young Enterprise will today become Chair of the Board of Executives within JA and will take position within the EE HUB Expert Group.

Today, Michael Mercieca, Chief Executive, Young Enterprise, becomes Chair of the Board of Executives within JA, Europe’s largest provider of entrepreneurship education programmes. In addition, Michael is to become a member of the European Entrepreneurship Education NETwork (EE-HUB.EU), which advises Heads of Government from across Europe on how to ensure every

Michael Mercieca blogs for Huffington Post UK

Michael Mercieca writes: “According to a new report by the International Monetary Fund (IMF) published this week, we’re all in big trouble. Western economies’ growth rates have left the motorway and are now stuck behind a big red tractor on a single-track road – with no passing places. Potential employment