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Let's get going##

Promoting enterprise in schools and colleges.

We aim to encourage young entrepreneurs and develop essential skills for business with our scheme aimed at 15-18 year olds.

As a company that’s very foundations are built on the values and vision of entrepreneurs, such as our commercial CEO Marc Goldberg who rose through the ranks after starting as an office junior over 27 years ago, Together is keen to share skills, knowledge and inspiration with young people. 

Our commercial team work with businesses and entrepreneurs across all sectors to help them realise their ambitions by providing the funding they need and participants in our new scheme will get a taste of what’s required when it comes to making a commercial vision a reality, developing skills such as influencing, financial forecasting, budgeting and planning.

Last year’s winners were Shu Fei Chen and Zara Akhtar from Altrincham Grammar School who scooped the winning prize of £2500 for their school and an iPad each.

Their concept, VEALITY – a creative arts therapy centre to help people suffering from mental health issues, won over the judges unanimously, despite stiff competition. All the budding young entrepreneurs had prepared a detailed business plan, with schools running the first round and selecting their winning group, who then presented to our judges in an exciting finale.

Business teacher at Altrincham Grammar School for Girls, John Murray said: “It was a very well-organised competition which has given the girls the opportunity to develop their skills and apply their business knowledge.”

Commercial CEO at Together, Marc Goldberg, who was one of the judges, said: “We were so impressed with all the finalists who took part. The standard was exceptional and the amount of research and level of detail that had gone into the many different business ideas was just incredible. However, VEALITY really stood out, so they were very worthy winners.

For schools and colleges that are interested in participating please email letsgetgoing@togethermoney.com.

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