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Enterprise Educators UK is the national network for enterprise educators.

Enterprise Educators UK has been networking, supporting and developing enterprise education for over 10 years. This national network includes over 500 enterprise educators and practitioners, mainly from UK Higher Education Institutions. Our purpose is simple - to support our members to increase the scale, scope and effectiveness of enterprise and entrepreneurship education. We are proud to be foun

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11/09/2020

Wow IEECOnline was a blast. If you have any fab photos or screenshots can you please share them!

06/09/2019

at Oxford Brookes University. Our best conference yet? How can we improve IEEC for Aston 2020?

Nǐ hǎo from China - Enterprise Educators UK 10/05/2019

Latest blog from EEUK Chair Jon Powell on his trip to China and advice on business engagement strategies.

Nǐ hǎo from China - Enterprise Educators UK I have recently returned from representing EEUK and speaking at the 3rd annual International Conference for Entrepreneurship Education Ecosystem...

19/04/2019

Delighted to speak about the mission of EEUK, the UK landscape of enterprise education and discuss opportunities for our members to learn and share with enterprise educators in China.

International Conference for Entrepreneurship Education Ecosystems (ICEEE) Changsha, Hunan province China 19-20th April 2019.

06/02/2019

EEUK Chair Jon Powell met our patron at the House of Lords yesterday to discuss the future of Enterprise Education, the challenges facing our members and how EEUK can support the APPG for Entrepreneurship.

Would you like to see a future EEUK event at Westminster?

18/12/2018

We’d like to wish all our members a very Merry Christmas!

An EEUK Christmas Carol for 2018!

On the first day of Christmas
EEUK gave to me
An amazing IEEC!

On the second day of Christmas
EEUK gave to me
Two new Directors
And an amazing IEEC!

On the third day of Christmas
EEUK gave to me
Three National Enterprise Educator Award Winners
Two new Directors
And an amazing IEEC!

On the fourth day of Christmas
EEUK gave to me
Four Enterprise Education and Research Project Fund awards
Three NEEA winners
Two new Directors
And an amazing IEEC!

On the fifth day of Christmas
EEUK gave to me
Five member countries!
Four EERPF awards
Three NEEA winners
Two new Directors
And an amazing IEEC!

On the sixth day of Christmas
EEUK gave to me
Six new EEUK Fellows
Five member countries!
Four EERPF awards
Three NEEA winner
Two new Directors
And an amazing IEEC!

On the seventh day of Christmas
EEUK gave to me
Seven new members
Six EEUK Fellows
Five member countries!
Four EERPF awards
Three NEEA winners
Two new Directors
And an amazing IEEC!

On the eighth day of Christmas
EEUK gave to me
Eight policy updates
Seven new members
Six EEUK fellows
Five member countries!
Four EERPF awards
Three NEEA winners
Two new Directors
And an amazing IEEC!

On the ninth day of Christmas
EEUK gave to me
Nine Richard Beresford bursaries
Eight policy updates
Seven new members
Six EEUK Fellows
Five member countries!
Four EERPF awards
Three NEEA winners
Two new Directors
And an amazing IEEC!

On the tenth day of Christmas
EEUK gave to me
Ten Enterprise Exchange event
Nine Richard Beresford bursaries
Eight policy updates
Seven new members
Six EEUK Fellows
Five member countries!
Four EERPF awards
Three NEEA winners
Two new Directors
And an amazing IEEC!

On the eleventh day of Christmas
EEUK gave to me
Eleven Honorary Fellows
Ten Enterprise Exchange events
Nine Richard Beresford bursaries
Eight policy updates
Seven new members
Six EEUK Fellows
Five member countries!
Four EERPF awards
Three NEEA winners
Two new Directors
And an amazing IEEC!

On the twelfth day of Christmas
EEUK gave to me
Twelve dedicated Directors
Eleven Honorary Fellows
Ten Enterprise Exchange events
Nine Richard Beresford bursaries
Eight policy updates
Seven new members
Six EEUK Fellows
Five member countries!
Four EERPF awards
Three NEEA winners
Two new Directors
And an AMAZING IEEC!

14/11/2018

Early start heading to the House of Lords for the APPG on Entrepreneurship and the release of their report on Enterprise Education in which EEUK features prominently. Looking forward to catching up with lots of EEUK members.

07/09/2018

To everyone I caught up with, to everyone I met for the first time, and to everyone else who had to put up with my public speaking, thank you for your contributions to our conference. I hope to see you all at Oxford Brooks University in 2019!

Jon Powell
Chair of EEUK

04/09/2018

IEEC starts tomorrow. Wishing you all safe and stress free journeys and we look forward to seeing you in Leeds!

14/08/2018

So who is coming to IEEC at Leeds Beckett in September and what are you hoping for from this years conference?

Enterprise news from Cardiff Met, City, Buckingham, Huddersfield, UCL 14/03/2018

Enterprise news from Cardiff Met, City, Buckingham, Huddersfield, UCLCardiff Met.: Entrepreneurs receive support for accelerated growth

Two entrepreneurs from Cardiff Metropolitan University are to receive support from the Welsh Government’s Business Wales Accelerated Growth Programme.

Textile student and founder of 'Jenny Kate', Jenny Evans (pictured) and podiatry medicine graduate and founder of medical specialist company 'KAYDIAR', David Barton were both accepted onto the programme. The programme, delivered by the Excelerator Consortium (Winning Pitch and Impact Innovation), provides specialist tailored support for businesses with the ambition to significantly accelerate their growth and fulfil their high growth potential. Please click here for the full story .



City: Social Enterprise Festival

City, University of London hosted the second Social Enterprise Festival , an annual 2-day event which celebrates social enterprises by enabling people to meet one another, solve problems and change lives. This year the festival saw more than 500 people attend and take part in a series of workshops, debates and unique events which explored how enterprises can benefit society and drive positive change forward through business. The event was open to the public and designed to encourage students and entrepreneurs to present their ideas and equip them with the necessary skills to start their own social enterprises.



Buckingham: Alumna donates £1.8m for innovation and enterprise

German entrepreneur, businesswoman and philanthropist Susanne Klatten has made a gift of £1.8m to fund an Innovation and Enterprise Centre at the University of Buckingham which will enable its enterprise and entrepreneurship department to grow significantly at a time when the government has identified these areas as key for the country to retain its place in global markets. As well as enabling the University’s enterprise and entrepreneurship department to grow from 100 to 600 students the funding will help with setting up internships, scholarships and PhD courses. It will be used to incorporate entrepreneurship modules into other Buckingham courses. Click here for the full story.



Huddersfield/UCL: New report compares diverse regions

An innovative partnership, between the University of Huddersfield, University College London (UCL), and the think-tank Localis, has resulted in a major new report, 'Place, learning and entrepreneurialism: The impact of entrepreneurial education on regional economies.' With the concept of “place” now at the heart of the Government’s Industrial Strategy, and the research comparing two diverse UK regions (London and Yorkshire), the intention is that the report will elevate the case and profile of entrepreneurial education and encourage both universities and Government to recognise its huge potential in creating the businesses and economic growth of tomorrow. Read and download the full report here .

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Enterprise news from Portsmouth and Huddersfield 17/02/2018

Enterprise news from Portsmouth and HuddersfieldUniversity of Portsmouth: Investing in Startups of the future

Students and graduates were put through their paces during the nest startup funding pitches in January.

Having secured seed funding from Santander Universities and HEIF , nest set out to find the startups of the future. Applicants had the opportunity to apply for up to £750 if they were at the idea stage and up to £3,000 if they were ready to scale up. 21 startups were selected out of the staggering 77 applications received to pitch in front of a ‘Dragon’s Den’ style panel. The quality of the pitches was extremely high. Ideas ranged from a bespoke lingerie company to aquaponics, a video production company to wearable tech, online retailers to a cosmetic tattooist. See the full news story here .



University of Huddersfield: Pitch@Palace entrepreneurs mass in Huddersfield

Innovative business ideas from cutting-edge areas such as cyber-security, artificial intelligence and virtual reality were paraded before His Royal Highness The Duke of York when the latest edition of his Pitch@Palace was staged at the University of Huddersfield. The University of Huddersfield’s Director of Research and Enterprise, Professor Liz Towns-Andrews , spoke about the role of universities in the digital transformation of UK business, and said that the latest Pitch@Palace theme was aligned to the Government’s Industrial Strategy and its series of Grand Challenges. She described how the University of Huddersfield had several research centres that specialised in the relevant fields and gave examples of breakthroughs in areas such as artificial intelligence. Read the full story here .

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KEF Consultation - EEUK responds 02/02/2018

KEF Consultation - EEUK respondsWith over 50 responses to our recent member survey on metrics / Knowledge Exchange Framework (KEF) our submission to HEFCE is in.

Overall, members welcomed KEF as part of the key institutional metrics (REF and TEF) and a clear way to signal to senior management for the need for consistent support and the longer-term planning horizons that are needed to build an effective entrepreneurial eco-system and culture.

Given that income will become associated with KEF, members called for the creation of credible and verifiable metrics that recognise entrepreneurship support and outcomes, and that are submitted following clear and robust national guidance. Such clarity will ensure KEF becomes nationally recognised across education and business to provide EEUK members with a new way of further engaging externals and stakeholders in this agenda.

Thank you to our members for helping us to shape a response to this important consultation.

Click here to read our full submission .

KEF Consultation - EEUK responds With over 50 responses to our recent member survey on metrics / Knowledge Exchange Framework (KEF) our submission to HEFCE is in. Overall, members wel...

Enterprise and Entrepreneurship: New advice for universities 18/01/2018

Enterprise and Entrepreneurship: New advice for universitiesWhen universities foster a culture of enterprise and entrepreneurship, it equips students with the skills for a rewarding, self-determined professional life.

It also has significant benefits for the institution itself, says new guidance from the UK’s independent quality body QAA , publishing on 18 January. The guidance will also be available in Mandarin, following widespread use of the previous version.

QAA Chief Executive Douglas Blackstock says: 'Since we published our original guide to enterprise and entrepreneurship education in 2012, there have been substantial developments in UK and international policy and practice.

'Alongside providers' adoption of new types of learning and new metrics for success are recent policy drives to apply entrepreneurial approaches to STEM subjects and the government's new Industrial Strategy. This updated guide responds to these changes.'

The revised guidance, led by Professor Andrew Penaluna of the International Institute for Creative Entrepreneurship, captures the latest thinking on how to embed enterprise and entrepreneurship in higher education.

'Educators are often tasked with preparing students for jobs that don’t yet exist, using technologies that have not yet been invented, and spotting and solving problems that we have yet to define clearly,' says Professor Penaluna.

'For enterprise and entrepreneurship to be meaningful and effective requires new approaches to teaching and assessment within a whole university culture.

'The best opportunities for students occur when universities create a central environment that supports collaborative working across different areas.'

While the last five years have seen significant progress in enterprise and entrepreneurship education, Professor Penaluna believes universities can do a lot more to prepare graduates who want to run their own businesses or hit the ground running as graduate employees.

'We need to allow students to learn in a way that enables them to identify and solve real problems, perhaps starting a business as an integral part of their programme or responding to challenges set by a local enterprise,' he says.

'And, allow them to fail, especially when learning is the result. Being able to experience failure in order to find new ways forward is a valuable life lesson that increases resilience, helps flexible thought development and brings innovative new ideas into play.'

EEUK believes that this second version of the QAA Enterprise and Entrepreneurship Education Guidance will be the keystone document across the sector.

In 2012 it was completely groundbreaking for the QAA and sector specialists, led by Professor Andy Penaluna (EEUK Fellow) to create a new type of Guidance document that would work with, and span across, all QAA Subject Benchmarks. Since then, it has become the only ‘go-to’ guidance, not only in HE, but also in FE and around the world.

This new edition, which has been influenced by both EEUK members and IEEC delegates creates a highly accessible working document that will drive further change across the sector.

EEUK’s Head of Policy, Alison Price said, ‘This 2018 version is clearer to read, more strategic as well as more practical, providing the national definitions for enterprise and entrepreneurship, as well as advice on delivery (at both student and institutional level). This document will become the guiding light within the sector.’

The new guidance can be read and downloaded here .

Enterprise and Entrepreneurship: New advice for universities When universities foster a culture of enterprise and entrepreneurship, it equips students with the skills for a rewarding, self-determined professiona...

Enterprise news from Sunderland and Kings 14/01/2018

Enterprise news from Sunderland and KingsSunderland: Entrepreneurial students raise thousands for charity

University of Sunderland students have risen to the business challenge, taking £25 and turning it into thousands of pounds for a local charity, using their entrepreneurial skills.

Thirty-three teams in the first year of their studies at the Faculty of Business, Law and Tourism took up the Take 25 Challenge. Sponsored by intu Eldon Square. Each team was given £25 to use to raise as much money as possible in just a month. The teams raised an amazing total of £5,597.77 for The Children’s Foundation . The North East charity raises money and runs projects that directly benefit children and young people in the region. Read the full story here .



Kings: An entrepreneurial year including a win at National Awards

Kings College London have produced a fantastic round up of their Entrepreneurship Institute’s year that included a win at the National Enterprise Educator Awards . The year started with a hop onto the Venture Bus for the UK’s first ‘Venture Crawl’. During the year they met lots of inspiring people including Professor Bill Aulet of MIT and they spread their wings internationally visiting innovation hubs around the world including Dubai, Japan, Dhaka, Hong Kong and Lisbon. At the core of their activity was support for their King’s20 ventures with one cohort graduating and a new starting in October and already winning investment. Read the full summary of the year here .

Enterprise news from Sunderland and Kings Sunderland: Entrepreneurial students raise thousands for charity University of Sunderland students have risen to the business challenge, taking £...

IPO Resources for Further and Higher Education 11/01/2018

IPO Resources for Further and Higher EducationIn September 2017 the Intellectual Property Office (IPO) began phasing in new resources for further and higher education. The Future Innovators Toolkit (FIT), IP Tutor Plus and IP for Research were updated and completed on the 9th January 2018.

The Future Innovators Toolkit (FIT) provides Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) teachers with the resources they need to introduce IP at any point in the curriculum.

FIT consists of lesson plans, case studies, research scenarios and power point slides which focusses on developing enterprise and employability skills. These resources raise understanding of managing and exploiting IP and prepare STEM students for Higher Education or their careers.

IP Tutor Plus supports university lecturers by explaining what IP is and how it fits into their students’ future careers. Working alongside patent and trade mark attorneys, lecturers and industry professionals it includes slides, lecture notes, FAQs, case studies and wider talking points.

IP Tutor Plus compliments the existing IP Tutor resource. Where IP Tutor provides the information on how each intellectual property right works, IP Tutor Plus helps lecturers engage their students on the relevance and use of IP. Just like IP Tutor, IP Tutor Plus includes 4 modules, covering Creative, Humanities and STEM and Law, Business & Accounting areas.

The IPO created IP for Research for PhD students and researchers to understand the importance of IP in maximising the impact of their research. The IP for Research programme includes 6 quick guides on the commercialisation process, face-to-face workshops and an IP skills lens. The IP Lens will follow early 2018.



With IP Tutor , Intellectual Asset Management Guide for Universities and Lambert Toolkit already supporting students, management and collaborations between universities and businesses. These new tools complete the comprehensive support for students, lecturers and researchers.

Future Innovators Toolkit, IP Tutor Plus and IP for Research are all available on the cracking ideas portal .

IPO Resources for Further and Higher Education In September 2017 the Intellectual Property Office (IPO) began phasing in new resources for further and higher education. The Future Innovators Toolki...

Enterprise news from Newcastle, LJMU, Bristol and Marjon 11/12/2017

Enterprise news from Newcastle, LJMU, Bristol and MarjonNewcastle University: Student brewers toast success

Europe’s first student-run microbrewery has scooped top international awards for enterprise and sustainability.

Stu Brew won the prestigious Reimagine Education overall enterprise award, beating competition from higher education institutions around the world. The sustainable microbrewery, run by students for students, also picked up silver in the sustainability category. Postgraduate student James Milne, current Sales Manager for Stu Brew, said: “Winning the Enterprise award and silver in Sustainability was unexpected but a great pleasure.” Read the full story here .



LJMU: Outstanding University Entrepreneurship Award

LJMU lifted the Outstanding University Entrepreneurship Award trophy, sponsored by NCEE, at this year’s Times Higher Education Awards. The judges said that Liverpool John Moores University had become a “truly entrepreneurial university”, with enterprising spirit supported and encouraged inside and outside the curriculum. The Entrepreneurship Educators Academe, created and led by Professor David Gibson OBE, helps to create curricula that are demonstrably linked to entrepreneurship. This unit has created numerous partnerships with business, civic organisations and charities – and entrepreneurship is now embedded in many degree programmes. Click here for the full story.



University of Bristol: Sound shaping tech start-up wins £10,000 funding

Metasonics, a revolutionary sound technology company founded by two University of Bristol academics as a joint venture with the University of Sussex, has won this year’s New Enterprise Competition [NEC] and £10,000 funding. The NEC is a business start-up competition which allows students, staff and alumni to pitch for a share of over £40,000 to accelerate their vision for a commercial or social enterprise. Metasonics co-founder and University of Bristol Mechanical Engineering Senior Research Associate, Dr Mihai Caleap said: “We are over the moon to have won. This support will give us an invaluable start in bringing Metasonics to a mass market and open up a new world of technology. ” Click here for the full story.



Plymouth Marjon University: Two brand new business programmes

Plymouth Marjon University has just launched two brand new Business programmes BSc (hons) Business and BSc (hons) Business with Foundation Year . Students on these programmes are immersed in the world of business. Both programmes combine theory with practice, providing a hands-on learning experience and the opportunity to gain entrepreneurial skills. Marjon’s strong links with the local and regional business community enhance the practical focus of this business degree and a suite of extracurricular activities provide additional opportunities for students to develop their business knowledge, skills and capabilities. On completion, students are primed to establish their own company or confidently step into a range of entrepreneurial careers within existing organisations.

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Latest Enterprise news from EEUK members 14/11/2017

Latest Enterprise news from EEUK membersSIE: Family health app wins digital health competition

The winning team from the Digi Inventors Challenge in association with Andy Murray and the Digital Health and Care Institute was announced at Andy Murray's sell-out event at the SSE Hydro in Glasgow on Nov 7th.

The winning team from Erskine’s Park Mains High School, ‘Enpower Fitness’, received £2,000 cash for their school, new personal tech and the opportunity to have their idea made into a reality. Project partners included Skills Development Scotland and the Scottish Institute for Enterprise (SIE). Please click here for more information.



Lancaster University: new partnership with Campus Capital

Lancaster University has signed a partnership with venture capital firm Campus Capital to bring investment to the region and further strengthen Lancashire’s start-up ecosystem. Campus Capital will invest between £50k-200k in early-stage, high-growth potential companies, both on and off campus. All companies within the Lancashire region will be eligible to pitch, not just those run by students, graduates and staff. The on-campus element of Campus Capital is an experiential learning programme that involves teams of Student Venture Capitalists part-running some of the early aspects of the fund pipeline. Once trained, these Student Venture Capitalists make many of the early investment decisions and gain valuable experience in assessing and analysing a company’s investment-readiness. Read the full story here .

Latest Enterprise news from EEUK members SIE: Family health app wins digital health competition The winning team from the Digi Inventors Challenge in association with Andy Murray and the Digi...

Dr Karen Bill awarded EEUk Fellowship 14/11/2017

Dr Karen Bill awarded EEUk FellowshipDr Karen Bill has been awarded a lifelong Fellowship of Enterprise Educators UK. Karen joined the Board of EEUK in 2013, was elected Vice-Chair in 2014 and went on to lead EEUK as Chair during academic year 2015/16.

One of the ways in which Karen made a really big difference was through her work to encourage everyone at EEUK to focus on impact – ensuring that we were not only increasing our impact for the benefit of our members but also measuring that impact. Karen initiated the EEUK impact infographic and her work has created a lasting legacy as the EEUK Board continues to ensure that everything it do has impact for members.

During her term as Chair, Karen increased EEUK’s international standing through contribution to a Sino/British Education forum in Tianjin, established regional directors, developed a strategic partnership with Microsoft and raised the profile of enterprise education through work with the HEA and publication of letters in Times Higher Education.

Dr Bill said, "I feel very humbled to accept this fellowship. It means such a lot to be recognised by such a dynamic, strategic and forward thinking organisation. It is a real privilege. For me, an organisation is defined by its community of practice. I have always witnessed a real warmth, friendship, support and empowerment of like minded colleagues who feverently champion ent ed. I look forward to playing my part as a steadfast ambassador for EEUK. Sincere thanks to the Board. "

EEUK’s current Chair, Dr Sarah Underwood said, “It’s fantastic to be able to recognise and thank Karen for all her work during her time on the EEUK board and for her leadership as Chair of the organisation. The best part of awarding Karen a Fellowship is that EEUK will continue to benefit from her experience and guidance for many years to come! ”

Fellowship of EEUK is granted, at the discretion of the Board, to those who have served as Directors for at least three years, two of which must have been as a member of the Executive Committee. The Fellows, whose details can be found here , all have a wealth of experience in the field of enterprise and entrepreneurship education and act in an advisory capacity to the Board, contributing actively to the aims and objectives of EEUK.

Dr Karen Bill awarded EEUk Fellowship Dr Karen Bill has been awarded a lifelong Fellowship of Enterprise Educators UK. Karen joined the Board of EEUK in 2013, was elected Vice-Chair in 201...

UNIVERSITY OF SOUTHAMPTON CROWNED ENACTUS UK NATIONAL CHAMPION, 2017 19/04/2017

UNIVERSITY OF SOUTHAMPTON CROWNED ENACTUS UK NATIONAL CHAMPION, 2017On the 10th and 11th April, the top 42 Enactus teams from across the UK competed in the Enactus UK 2017 National Expo at the ExCeL, London.

The dynamic, energy-filled event brought together 750 university students, 60 academics, and over 350 senior UK business leaders across two days of celebration and collaboration of Youth Social Action and Social Enterprise. Key note speakers included Lord Victor Adebowale CBE.

The Enactus teams competed for the title of 2017 Enactus UK National Champion by showcasing their social and community projects to business executives serving as judges. The students were evaluated on how successfully they applied business concepts and an entrepreneurial approach to improve the quality of life of those in need. The final round judging panel comprised 100 senior business leaders including Lord Michael Hastings of Scarisbrick, CBE, Global Head of Corporate Citizenship, KPMG International, Peter Holbrook, CEO of Social Enterprise UK and Gurpreet Jagpal, Chair of Enterprise Educators UK.

Enactus Southampton won the competition after showcasing two of their inspirational social enterprises. The first, Sole Support, trains vulnerable individuals within Kenyan communities to create shoes out of waste tyres and tackles three main issues: protection against infections and parasites, lack of affordable footwear and accumulating stock piles of waste tyres. The second, Juamaji, uses heat from the sun to purify dirty water whilst sustainably farming tilapia fish, providing both cleaner water and a staple food source to the communities they work in.

Enactus Southampton will now go on to represent Enactus UK in the Enactus World Cup 2017 which Enactus UK is very proud to be hosting in London, at the same venue, ExCel from 26th -28th September, 2017. This is the first time since 2001 that Enactus UK has hosted the Enactus World Cup and preparations are well under way. Enactus UK is looking forward to welcoming the 35 other competing Enactus country Champions to our capital, London.

The two-day event consisted of more than just the competition and included an Enterprise and Employability Fair with over 35 corporate and social enterprise partners and a Project Exhibition in which the students showcased their flagship social and community projects to participants and judges.

Enterprise Rent-A-Car and Barclays hosted luncheons on ‘Enterprising Women’ and ‘Trends in Entrepreneurship’ which were each attended by over 140 student leaders. Ashley Hever, Talent Acquisition Director at Enterprise Rent-A-Car said, “It was great to meet so many Enactus students at our Enterprising Women Networking Brunch ‘What I know now… I wish I knew then’. We were able to make connections with some fantastic students and start conversations which will hopefully lead to many starting their careers with Enterprise. ”

Enterprise Educator UK (EEUK) hosted a lunch for all the Enactus University Advisers and Enactus UK and EEUK, announced its intention to work more closely together to drive forward their important work in enterprise education, social enterprise and youth social action within the HE sector. Gups Jagpal, Chair of EEUK, also presented University Adviser Awards to Gary Dewey of the University of Liverpool and Sophie Taylor Gammon of the University of Kent in recognition of their unstinting support for their teams over the past year.

Enactus UK released its thought leadership paper – Millennial Values, Future Leaders which celebrates the experiences of Enactus UK Alumni who have gone on to lead in society as future socially responsible leaders in enterprise.

Andrew Bacon OBE, CEO of Enactus UK was delighted with the success of the event. He said:

“Congratulations to the 2017 National Enactus Champion team from the University of Southampton and all of our 56 teams who delivered so much more social and community impact through their projects this year. Every stage of the competition was fiercely contested this year and that is down to the hard work of all involved in the programme be they the team members, the business advisers and volunteers or the support from the university and alumni mentors. We look forward to hosting and competing at the Enactus World Cup in London in September 2017 with 35 other countries and over 4,000 current and future responsible business leaders. ”

UNIVERSITY OF SOUTHAMPTON CROWNED ENACTUS UK NATIONAL CHAMPION, 2017 On the 10th and 11th April, the top 42 Enactus teams from across the UK competed in the Enactus UK 2017 National Expo at the ExCeL, London. The dynami...

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