Archives: April 2013

Apprentice finalist Kate Walsh will be putting Young Enterprise students through their paces as she joins the judging panel at this year’s North London Company Programme Celebration Event Final on May 1st at the global HQ of Pentland Brands plc in Finchley. The final, which is a Celebration Event, will

Students from Camden, Kensington & Chelsea, Westminster and Wandsworth are to compete for the title of Best Overall Company in Central London at Berwin Leighton Paisner LLP (BLP) on the 30th April 2013. Over 30 students from seven schools will be competing for the top prize at the final, which

A Young Enterprise group has been awarded for its eco-friendliness and will be taking part in the re-launch of Horncastle’s Farmers’ Market. Banovallum Boxes, from Horncastle’s Banovallum School, won the Environmental Award after being recognised for its approach to sustainability and recyclable materials. The group of seven Year 11 students

The Liverpool Hope Start Up Trade Fair took place on Friday 19th April, at the university’s Creative Campus in Liverpool city centre, sponsored by Weightmans. There were 20 teams in attendance, with the winner being The Second Home, who won two awards; Best Trade Stand and Overall Company, and Student

The University of Liverpool Start Up Trade Fair took place on Monday 22nd April at the university’s Management School, sponsored by DWF and Plexus Cotton. There were 24 teams from the Russell Group university competing for the title of Most Entrepreneurial Team, which was won by Retro & Nouveau. Their

Budding entrepreneurs from Kingsbury and Kenton will be showing their business acumen tomorrow as they demonstrate their start-up companies. Pupils from JFS in The Mall, Kenton and Kingsbury High School, in Princes Avenue, will take part in the Young Enterprise Innovation Awards. The event, at the University of West London

A YOUNG entrepreneur has teamed up with sixth-form students to help them with business ideas for a national enterprise contest. Former pupil of Westfield School in Gosforth, Emma Gillespie, now runs her own online gift company The Orangery House, as well as completing an apprenticeship with the Entrepreneurs’ Forum. Since

The Wedgewood Museum in Barlaston hosted nine Young Enterprise teams from Stafford and Stone on the 27th March as they delivered business presentations to a panel of judges. It could have been a daunting experience, but the teenage entrepreneurs were un-phased by the historical significance of the surroundings as they