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Budding entrepreneurs to set up shop at Young Enterprise trade fair

Budding entrepreneurs to set up shop at Young Enterprise trade fair

Lucy Elder

Budding entrepreneurs to set up shop at Young Enterprise trade fair

Entrepreneurial students will be tempting passing shoppers with their innovative products at a trade fair at the King Edward Court shopping centre in Windsor.


The Young Enterprise Trade Fair will run from 9am-4pm on Saturday, March 7.

Up to 20 student companies, made up of pupils from Slough, Windsor, Maidenhead and Ascot schools will be taking part.

They will set up shop in the space next to the Fenwick department store.

Products on sale range from scented candles to pocket phone chargers and recycled plant pots to bracelets.

Aimed at 15 to 19-year-olds, the Young Enterprise programme gives young people the chance to set up and run their own company for a year, under the guidance of a skilled business mentor.  

Judges will also be asses the stalls throughout the day and will award prizes at the end of trading for best stand and most sales.

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