The National Enterprise Challenge are delighted to announce that and Theo Paphitis have agreed a deal to extend their relationship as main sponsor of the UK’s largest Enterprise and Employabilty Competition.
The deal, will also see continue to set one of the two real-life challenges set each year, commenting on the deal Managing Director Ben Dyer added ‘We are delighted to continue our successful long term relationship with . Since their involvement, the challenge has grown significantly with over 250 schools expected to take part this year’.
Chairman Theo Paphitis added “Recent research tells us that 73% of young people believe that better life skills would help them get a job in the future; the National Enterprise Challenge teaches this in bucket loads as the kids are tasked with seeing a business plan through from start to finish, including everything from marketing to financials. “It’s a great opportunity for schools to get involved and help students to gain life skills, confidence and have a bit of fun too!”
will set the Key Stage 4 Challenge this year, with the challenge being to create a ‘Back to School’ marketing campaign for .