Students pitch business products
PUBLISHED: 18:00 23 March 2013
Broadoak Mathematics and Computing College
A GROUP of entrepreneurs at the school have seen their environmentally-friendly business go from strength to strength.
The Aspire young enterprise group, made up of year 10 students, started the business last year and have now established a brand.
Their product range includes re-usable cotton bags, trolley tokens and wine carriers and the youngsters have set a target of £1,000 profit.
All of this money will be shared between two charities, which supports young carers in Weston and a school in Morocco.
The team held an after school event where they pitched their environmentally friendly shopping products to a wide audience, and were supported by Weston’s Mayor and Mayoress.