Tuesday, 8 May 2018

Supporting the entrepreneurs of the future

Our Senior Partner Graham Davies has been helping the entrepreneurs of the future develop their business ideas.

He joined the students at Hadley Learning Community as part of this year’s National Enterprise Challenge, which is the UK’s largest enterprise education competition.

The aim is to create real life business challenges for students and 90 students from Year 7 took part.

“It was great to be involved with the young entrepreneurs who were all extremely enthusiastic about the projects they had been working on,” said Graham. “To see students developing their life skills and preparing for a future in the world of business was very inspiring, and I’m sure many of them will go far.”

This year’s challenge involved creating ideas for a game for KidZania London – an indoor city run by children and one of the main sponsors of the competition.

The winning team from Hadley Learning Community – I’m a kid get me out of here – will now go through to the local semi-finals, with the final taking place at The International Centre, Telford, in July.

Pic:Martin-Kaye’s Senior Partner Graham Davies (right) with students from the Hadley Learning Community at the National Enterprise Challenge event