Listed below are a number of Case Studies that detail how Young Enterprise Scotland has been able to help both individuals and organisations.
Melissa, a beauty student of West College Scotland has started her own face painting business through the support from Bridge 2 Business!
The Kool Kidz of Newmains Primary
Newmains Primary 2/3 class took on the Fiver Challenge with their bracelet-making company, Kool Kidz. The class combined all their fivers together for a whole class activity. The 24 children firstly got down to the hard task of naming their company (the h
YES helped me to gain confidence in my abilities and shed some light on how important team-work and communication is within a business
Barrhead Water Works
The Water Works project in Barrhead was completed in May 2014. Young Enterprise Scotland, in partnership with East Renfrewshire Council, secured funding from the Big Lottery Fund through the Kew Gardens’ GrowWildUK Campaign.
After taking part on the Company Programme over a decade ago, Claire has gone on to set up her own business, volunteer in Africa and launch a successful innovation career.
Enterprise North East Trust
Taking part in YE Scotland opened up many doors that I may not have seen and put me into contact with people that have helped to develop my career.
Over the last six months, Ryan has been involved in a number of projects with the YE Scotland Academy staff including the Radio City Gardens project at St Luke’s High School.
A group of five girls from Kings Park Secondary started a company called Bakey Cakey as part of one of our Programmes.
A hugely inspiring participant who used his personal story and turned it into a selling point to win the hearts and minds of all who sponsored him! A great use of a tenner!
Product Design Students
Bridge 2 Business is all about "Inspiring, Connecting and Supporting" students into business and this recent project with NC Product Design students at City of Glasgow College certainly encompasses all of these aims.
Energetic Honest Kidz
Five young people from St Luke’s High School in Barrhead spent two months learning about themselves and how to run a business.