Monthly Archives: April 2012

The School Enterprise Challenge is Back!

Hello Everyone!

It is an exciting time for us here because as you may be aware, registration is now open for the School Enterprise Challenge 2012!

We are now accepting applications from schools in both developing and developed countries, so why not register your school for the 2012 SEC today. Schools can register for the competition here: Register Now

We have already had a great response from Schools to this year’s challenge, and we are very excited to see the level of interest from all around the world.

We would like to extend a very warm welcome to all of the Schools who have already signed up, from such diverse regions such Belarus (Smorgon Gymnasium), Kenya (Kilele Junior School), Ghana (31st D.W.M School, Kwamang Presby Junior High School), Bangladesh (Summerfield Int. School), Bulgaria (Secondary School “Kozma Trichko”) and Argentina (Brighton Institute).

We also have seen a number of participants from last year return, so a big welcome back to all of these schools; including Indeco Community School, Secondary School “Kozma Trichko”, Havilah Academy, Beaconhouse School System North Nazimabad and Karunanidhi Education Foundation. We are sure that their business plans will be even more exciting than last year, and we can’t wait to read about them!

In case you missed it, the Winners of the 2011 competition were announced this week. Please click here to read about the winners, and maybe find some inspiration for your own School’s enterprise for 2012!

And to everyone who has already entered – get thinking of ideas for your School Enterprise and your Business Plan!

Please also be sure to ‘like’ our Facebook page and follow our Twitter account by following the links below:!/schenterprise

And finally – Best of luck to everyone in the School Enterprise Challenge 2012 from everyone at Teach A Man To Fish!

From the SEC team.