British Esports engages with students as part of Westminster Enterprise Week
News - 10 Nov 2017
The British Esports Association is getting involved with Westminster Enterprise this week (running from November 13th to 17th).
Students from Westminster schools and colleges (aged 16-24 years old) have been invited to put their questions to the Association, learn more about esports and work on developing their enterprise skills at Westminster Academy at 3pm.
British Esports founder Chester King and content director Dominic Sacco will be hosting a presentation at Westminster Academy sixth form to give 120 students an insight into the world of esports, as part of Westminster Enterprise Week.
Earlier this month our founder Chester King & comms guy @Dom_Sacco gave a talk to 120 sixth form students at @WestminsterAca about esports, as part of @CityWestminster's #WestminsterEnterpriseWeek pic.twitter.com/BtTxqGJyiB
— British Esports Assn (@British_Esports) November 27, 2017
More than half of young people in the UK aged 16 to 24 want to start their own business. The presentation, organised as part of Westminster City Council’s Enterprise Week, aims to inspire the next generation of entrepreneurs.
Westminster Enterprise Week is an annual event supporting young people in turning their business ideas into reality. This year’s programme includes talks from high-profile entrepreneurs including Margaret Mountford and Tim Campbell from the BBC’s ‘The Apprentice’, tours of Westminster’s enterprise spaces, master-classes and workshops to inspire young people to start up their own business.
Westminster Enterprise Week is an official partner of Global Entrepreneurship Week, the world’s largest entrepreneurship campaign.
For more information visit www.businesswestminster.com/wew