Thanks to funding from the Big Lottery Fund, Young Enterprise worked with 13,000 young people from 10 areas of high deprivation across England. All of these students took part in a variety of Young Enterprise’s business themed activities, with support from volunteers from local industry, to help them grow up

[Paul Lowenstein QC]   On the evening of 6 July this year I experienced a series of increasingly thrilling emotions as I watched my teenage son, Jonah, and his schoolboy team giving their all presenting to an audience of 450 in the main theatre of the British Film Institute on

Young Money (formerly pfeg), a new brand for financial education, will be announced today at the annual Centres of Excellence conference. Young Money follows the merger of pfeg into Young Enterprise in 2014. Under the two brands, Young Enterprise and Young Money will continue to help students learn how to