Young Entrepreneurs put products to the test
Young Enterprise involves pupils from schools creating and running a company of their choosing for a year
PUPILS from across Buckinghamshire pitched up their stalls and sold their wares in a shopping mall. Teams of students were taking part in the Young Enterprise Fair at the Eden Centre in High Wycombe, on Sunday.
Young Enterprise is the largest business and enterprise education charity in the UK.
The scheme involves young people from schools creating and running a company of their choosing for a year.
The groups then compete to make the best product, the most money and best campaign, with prizes awarded at the end.
Pupils got a chance to sell their products on the day, while competing against the other teams.
Students attended from schools across Bucks, including The Misbourne School, Beaconsfield High School, Beaconsfield School, Holmer Green School, Chesham Grammar School, Dr Challoner’s High School, Dr Challoner’s Grammar School, Pipers Corner and Thorpe House School.