Do you have what it takes to follow in Kevin Green’s footsteps and be the next Secret Millionaire? The Entrepreneurship Academy Wales is looking for budding young entrepreneurs and aspiring business leaders aged between 18 and 30 who have the drive and determination to take their ideas onto the steps to business success. Just 16 places are available for the FREE fast track one-year, BTEC Level 3 Diploma in Enterprise and Entrepreneurship starting this October at the Innovation Foundry in the Dylan Thomas Centre, Swansea.
If you are interested in finding out more about the course or want to register your interest, please contact:
Sue Poole, Academy Director.
Tel: 07917 420085.
Click here for information on the partners who have signed up so far.
Swansea’s BEES group has been operating since 2007 to develop a co-ordinated approach to enterprise education across Swansea.
Click here to find out more.
This is a campaign to encourage young people to be more entrepreneurial and help those interested in starting a business take their ideas forward. The campaign is managed by the Youth Entrepreneurship Team within the Welsh Government. They work closely with their project teams to encourage youth entrepreneurship in Wales.
The Enterprise Troopers competition is part of Big Ideas Wales, the Welsh Government’s Youth Entrepreneurship Services campaign to support young people in Wales from the age of 5-25 to increase their awareness of entrepreneurship and explore ideas.
A report which explores the landscape of entrepreneurship and enterprise, identifying activities, projects and programmes within the private, public and voluntary sectors.
The Swansea Seed Fund has been set up to nurture young people aged 16-25 as they develop their ideas from the early stages right through to – potentially – successful business start ups.
Young people who are interested in applying for the Seed Fund, or any businesses who would like to learn more about how they can help the next generation, can view view the Swansea Seed Fund Brochure.