Enterprise 360

The Enterprise 360 programme is intended to promote enterprise across the education sector, and has been successfully demonstrated at all levels of education in London, encouraging children and young people to engage in an entrepreneurial mindset and set the seeds of future business creation.

Even at these tender years actual business enterprises have been created. Children have set up their own sustainable tuck shops or run their own stall at school fairs.

With older students at FE and HEI and  other participants Enterprise 360 has already led to some real business initiatives. Participants are also able to feed into existing businesses and/or create new social enterprise projects.

Breda Leyne founder of Enterprise 360  is now recognised as a SFEDI qualified Enterprise Mentor  and has become a mentor and member of the Institute of Enterprise and Entrepreneurs  

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