West Midlands News

  COLLEGE students who started their own business making art packs to sell within primary schools have been recognised at an awards ceremony for their creativity. Inky Links of Hereford College of Arts picked up the award for ‘most creativity’ at the Young Enterprise Company Final competition recently. Students from

 (Grace Perks (YE), Kirsty White, Kirsty Sockett (YE) Jack Powell, Jo Hodgetts, Ellis Walby and Heidi Cooper.) Young lawyers at Harrison Clark Rickerbys have been testing their own business skills by challenging themselves to raise as much money as possible in a month from an initial stake of £10 in

  A talented group of Evesham school pupils who set up a company selling jams and chutneys are benefiting from mentoring from local businessman Peter Heming. Mr Heming, Managing Director of Heming Group in Willersey, near Broadway, acts as official advisor to the nine budding entrepreneurs from Prince Henry’s High

Every now and then a story leaps out of your computer screen and touches the heart. This is one of them. Steven Ramsdale joined the Royal National College for the Blind Hereford (RNC) as a Business Studies Lecturer in 1995 and has worked with his students in Young Enterprise programmes

Alex Green, a student at The Royal National College for the Blind (RNC), has achieved recognition amongst his peers and established business professionals at the West Midlands Young Enterprise Final by winning the first Journey Award for the region. The Young Enterprise Journey Award recognises the student who has shown