04 August 2016
A Danish students’ mini-company called SubReader was announced the winner of the 2016 JA Europe Company of the Year Competition Award. The company impressed judges with its app that helps dyslexic people to read subtitles on international TV and movies aloud.
14 October 2015
JA Europe, Europe’s largest provider of education programmes for entrepreneurship, work readiness and financial literacy hosted their annual Leaders For a Day event in Brussels on October 14. During the event, qualified students from around the EU met to network and spend a day with various leaders around the city. The purpose of the event was to give opportunities to students who excel in business to shadow a ‘leader’ for a day, while giving leaders an opportunity for feedback, reflection and growth.
03 September 2015
After being awarded first place in the national Young Enterprise Company of the Year competition in early July, sixth-form students from St Helen’s School’s team Orenda joined over 200 students from 36 European countries in Berlin last week to represent the UK in the finals of the JA Europe Company of the Year Competition (COYC).
12 August 2015
An Israeli student-company from the Kadima-Zoran middle school has placed third among 37 teams competing in this year’s Junior Achievement Europe Company of the Year competition. The contest, held in Berlin, celebrates the top mini-companies from 36 countries across Europe and gives them an opportunity to set up and run a real business with the support of business mentors.
09 August 2015
Orange, a student-company from St Aloysius College, has won the Excellence in IT Award at the Junior Achievement (JA) Europe 26th annual Company of the Year competition in Berlin.
Orange was one of 37 student teams from 36 countries competing for seven awards on the night. The company represented Malta after winning the JA-YE (Young Enterprise) Malta Sixth Form Company Programme in May earlier this year.
02 August 2015
Über 250 Jungunternehmer aus 36 europäischen Ländern kämpften mit ihren Teams vom 28. bis 30. Juli 2015 in Berlin bei der 26th JA Europe Company of the Year Competition darum, Europas beste Schülerfirma zu werden. Am Ende konnte das deutsche Unternehmen RAUTECK sich über den Heimsieg freuen.