South West News

Young Enterprise launch Company Programme 2017/18 at Exeter School

The young entrepreneurs from across Devon who are set to launch and run businesses as part of this year’s Young Enterprise Company Programme have been unveiled. Launched this week at Exeter School, Young Enterprise gives 15-19 year olds across the county the chance to create and run their own company,

Our BLF scheme in West of England region in 2016-17, saw 568 students take part in 10 workshops at five different academies. They were supported by 97 volunteers from local businesses including Aviva, Bishop Fleming, Bristol City Council, DWP, Ernst Young, FSB, GKN, Grant Thornton, Monsanto, Natwest, RBS and other

Five volunteers from South West accountancy firm Bishop Fleming are taking part tomorrow in the Young Enterprise ‘Learn to Earn’ programme, in which they will be supporting young people from Henbury School with careers guidance and skills. The Learn to Earn programme provides students with information about careers to help

Students from Exeter School and Devonport High School for Girls in Plymouth were among eight teams taking part in the West of England final at the Renishaw Innovation Centre, near Gloucester on 14 June 2017. Awards judge and Managing Partner of top 40 accountants Bishop Fleming, Matthew Lee, congratulated students