Young Enterprise celebrates its 10th Anniversary
The Young Enterprise marked its 10th anniversary at the Convent Ballroom highlighting ‘vital’ contributions the programme has made to a generation of local students.
The event recognised the work put in by many members of the community over the past decade. It was attended by key individuals including; Sharon Davies, Deputy CEO, Young Enterprise, The Governor Lieutenant General, Edward Davis, Carlos Garcia, Chairman of Young Enterprise Gibraltar, The Minister for Education, John Cortes and James Gaggero, Chairman of Bland Group International.
It was a great evening and the perfect opportunity to recognise the hard work of important volunteers who have contributed greatly to the programme over the years.
Awards were presented to James Gaggero, Maria Antonia Brooks, Danny Gabay, Sharon Davies, Sylvana Benrimoj, Analise Benitez, Javier Diaz, Yamal Sebtaoui and Nicola Howes, for their contributions to the Young Enterprise.
Read more about the event which was covered in the Gibraltar Chronicle online and in print.
Young Enterprise Teams launch their products
On the 16th January the students shared their emerging businesses with friends, family and members of the public at the Company launch held at the Med Rowing club.
The event saw diverse and dynamic ideas with varying business models from service-led to product based. The companies’ unveiled businesses in delivery services, a pillow power pack, a children’s activity book with an eco friendly message, a mobile phone privacy screen protector and biodegradable shopping bags.
The event was also attended by the Minster for Education, John Cortes, who praised the students for the great presentation of their business and strong sale pitches.
Young Enterprise Logo Competition - Win £100!
Have a go and be in with a chance to win £100!
In 2018, Young Enterprise Gibraltar, will celebrate its 10th anniversary. To mark the occasion Young Enterprise Gibraltar announces a competition, open to all students under the age of 18, to create a special design, using our current logo, to celebrate our 10th Anniversary.
The prize for the winning entry is £100. The logo will be used to mark the 10th anniversary which can be used throughout 2018 and will be used on the Young Enterprise, Gibraltar website, social media sites, business cards, letterhead, posters, or anywhere else the Young Enterprise Gibraltar chooses. The competition will open on 12th December and close on 10th January 2018.
All entries, which can be submitted in any form, must be submitted either via email or by hand to the School reception.
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Young Enterprise Masterclass on Logistics and Supply Chain
Eddie Asquez, Head of Logistics at Bland Group International, delivered a Young Enterprise Masterclass session on Logistics and Supply Chain on Wednesday 15th November.
Young Enterprise Masterclass on Business Finance Overview and Banking
Kasper Thy Jessen and Anna McCarthy from Jyske Bank delivered a Young Enterprise Masterclass session about Business Finance and Banking on Wednesday 8th November.
Young Enterprise Masterclass on Marketing!
Nuria Saccone, Head of Destination Services at Blands Travel, delivered a Young Enterprise Masterclass session on Marketing on Wednesday 18th October. Students from across the schools who are taking part in the Young Enterprise Company Programme were joined by Nuria who provided an introduction to Marketing.
An influential individual within the Travel and Tourism industry in Gibraltar, with over 15 years of experience, Nuria highlighted the importance of a good marketing plan to the students and broke the presentation into 4 parts focusing on;
Marketing in a nutshell – The definition of marketing and why it is vital in the life cycle of a product
Applying methods – Marketing Mix; 4 P’s, Market Research, Consumer behaviour, Competitor Analysis
Communication – Traditional Vs contemporary approach and digital marketing
Branding – Success factors of having a successful brand
View more here.
YE students and volunteers invited to Gibraltar Startup Grind at the World Trade Centre
Students and volunteers were guests of honour and Ian Torrilla gave a short talk on what YE is about and how beneficial it is to the students as well as the volunteers.