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Homeless teenager Luke turned his life around to win the national award after being given the opportunity to start his own company 18 year old Luke Liddiard from Chertsey in Surrey was made homeless after a family breakdown in October 2013. At the Young Enterprise Company UK Final on July

Students from Southborough High School, south west London, have been crowned the winners of the Young Enterprise UK Company of the Year title 2014. Southborough won the award for their innovative business ACE, beating 13 other regional finalists from across England, Wales, Northern Ireland and Gibraltar. The final took place

Students from a number of East Midland schools and colleges went head to head at The University of Nottingham Business School to be crowned East Midlands Young Enterprise Company of the Year. Kesteven & Grantham Girls’ School from Lincolnshire won with their company ‘Scentsational’ and will go on to represent

Shane Jefferson, 42, production manager at Pegler Yorkshire’s Doncaster site has won Young Enterprise’s coveted Gold award for his commitment to teaching young people about business. Shane has been involved with Young Enterprise in South Yorkshire for over eleven years. Phill Jackson, marketing & business development director at Pegler Yorkshire, said: “Shane is an

Lord Young, adviser to the Prime Minister on small business and enterprise, published his report into enterprise education today. The report calls for an expansion of enterprise education programmes such as our Fiver Challenge. You can read the full report here. You can see our response to Lord Young below