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King’s: Enactus team reaches semi-final of World Cup

Enactus KCL reached the semi-final at the Enactus World Cup in London recently, placing them in the top 16 of 36 national champion teams.

Enactus KCL competed with their project LightMountain, a cooperative set up in Tanzania selling clean cookstoves to improve indoor air pollution and its associated health risks – empowering women, saving money and the environment along the way. The project has been a big success and already benefited the lives of 400 people. Click here to read the full story.


UWTSD: The next level is ‘Down’

University of Wales Trinity Saint David’s entrepreneurial mission is going down… to school level! Wales’ Schools have a new mission, and it needs to be in place by 2021. Developing ‘Ambitious Capable Learners who are Enterprising Creative Contributors’ is at the core of the new ‘Successful Futures’ curriculum for all schools in Wales. Of course this mission needs teachers who are informed about enterprise and up to the task. Building on UWTSD’s teacher training (started in 2010), new courses starting this September include a Doctorate in Education that is assessed through the EU’s EntreComp framework.


Simply Do Ideas and USW: Pioneering digital platform set to bring education and business together

EEUK members Simply Do Ideas and University of South Wales have partnered to launch the UK’s first digital open innovation platform allowing universities and businesses to collaborate on business solutions. The first-of-its-kind digital platform – Simply Link – is set to revolutionise how commercial organisations and universities work together. The platform will enable students to apply themselves to real business issues to help boost their real-world experience. In return, SMEs, third sector organisations and charities will benefit from greater access to academic talent. Students and businesses will start using the online platform this term. For more information click here.


Aston University: Testers Wanted for Finance and Accounting Digital Game Prototype

An early prototype of a mobile digital game being developed through the ‘Financial Education for Future Entrepreneurs’ project is now available for testing. The game is primarily aimed at business and accounting students on Higher Education and Vocational programmes, but it should also be relevant to anyone interested in developing their finance and accounting skills for business. The project is being led by Aston Business School and is funded by the Erasmus+ programme of the European Union. If you are interested in finding out more about the project or joining the team of testers, please contact This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.. Further information is also available here.


Gower College Swansea: new social enterprise develops enterprise skills in the very young

Gower College Swansea has spun out the Centre 4 Entrepreneurial Learning - an innovative and creative new enterprise programme to develop a “can-do will-do” attitude in the very young. Sue Poole, Enterprise Manager at the College, is also the CEO and Director of this new social enterprise that seeks to boost entrepreneurial skills in learners of all ages. Sue came up with the idea while out walking her new puppy. Sue said “The quiet times spent walking the dog gave me the time and space to think about developing a new programme to engage very young learners as soon as they enter full time education.” During her research, Sue learnt a great deal about bees and their teamwork, problem solving, creativity and determination - all key enterprise traits! More details here and a great video here.

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