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Filton College students work with schools around the world to create a global recipe book to raise money for charity.
We showcased the winners of the Pocket the Problem at City Hall with Baroness Scotland and Calypso Rose
Glengowan Primary School organised an Celebrate Africa day for Enterprise Week 2008
Students at St Matthew Academy took part in the One Water Project, a competition to sell bottles of One Water
St Wilfrid's School organised a range of events for Enterprise Week
Hull University hosted an Entrepreneurship Masterclass for local schools and colleges.
UK - German joint event: Enterprise Education Trust used Enterprise Week 2008 to launch Achievers International programme.
Business Eye ran a competition for students in North Wales to create a 30 second commercial.
How much profit can you make with £5?
Speakeasy4Schools takes you through the steps to coming up with new ideas!
Hand over the common room to the students!
Come up with as many business ideas as possible using a....banana
Host a visit from a partner school
Video conference or arrange a visit from an entrepreneur from abroad.
Hold a discussion with a partner school
Set up a student business and trade with a partner school, college or university
Encourage students to think of enterprising ways of tackling bullying
Inspire women and girls with a talk from a local female entrepreneur
A chance for students to invent a product and then produce an advert for it.
Run a session on how to get finance for you start-up
Global Entrepreneurship Week UK is run by Youth Business International, a registered UK charity and company limited by guarantee.
Registered in England & Wales, company number 06550164. Registered Charity number 1123946.