News & Press Releases

Michael Mercieca responds to the Government's rejection of the proposal

The Government has announced that it will not be making PSHE statutory, stating that making it compulsory would do little to ensure high quality delivery of the subject. Michael Mercieca, Young Enterprise chief executive, has responded below: “We regret that the Government has not taken this opportunity to provide statutory status for PSHE

Brand new ‘Money-Matics’ programme launches in 12 schools from across London, delivered by Young Enterprise and supported by Nationwide.

Following a recent partnership between Young Enterprise and Nationwide Building Society, 12 schools from across London will receive training and support in how to develop financial education within their school, through the all-new Money-Matics initiative.  Teachers in these schools will be given expert advice on how to create positive attitudes

Michael Mercieca, chief executive of Young Enterprise, responds to the BIS Committee report on the Government’s Productivity Plan

The Business, Innovation and Skills Select Committee released its report on the Government’s Productivity Plan earlier this week. Responding to the publication, Michael Mercieca, chief executive of Young Enterprise, said: “We welcome the Business Innovation and Skills Committee’s findings, in particular its recognition of the positive impact that enterprise initiatives

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Michelle Benson will be joining Young Enterprise as the new Director of Development on Monday 7th March. With over 25 years of experience in commercial marketing and fundraising in the UK and USA, Michelle joins us to lead the Development team from the School for Social Entrepreneurs (SSE), where she