Greenwich Market hosts Young Enterprise Trade Fair

Young Enterprise students from seven East London secondary schools and colleges set up stalls and sold their products at Greenwich Market -with great success!  Visitors bought soaps, wallet, photo frames, beeswax wraps, personalised revision books,  aromatherapy oils and jewellery, cards, tote bags and even  hand made wallets blocking card clash when using oyster.  The stalls were judged and Bloom from City of London School for Girls was awarded  Best Overall Company - with their beeswax wraps made from fashion industry offcuts.

Isobel, the MD of Best Overall Company, Bloom said: “Thank you for the opportunity to trade. Trading at Greenwich was invaluable to our team - not only did we get the chance to sell our beeswax wraps, we also got to talk to many people about our product in a great informal setting. Our customer service skills developed immeasurably, and we are all much more confident at approaching people and spreading awareness about our brand. We had a very enjoyable time"

Young Enterprise (YE) is a national charity that motivates young people to succeed in the changing world of work by equipping them with the skills, knowledge and confidence they need. Company Programme, YE’s flagship enterprise education programme, sees students aged 14-19 across set up and run a profit-making (they hope!) business or social enterprise over an academic year.