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Grand Finals of the Mosaic Enterprise Challenge


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The Grand Finals of the Mosaic Enterprise Challenge are taking place is Responsible Business Week supported by the Apax Foundation Nectar Trust and the Department for Communities & Local Government.  Five teams from across the UK will battle it out in front of an illustrious panel of judges.

The Mosaic Enterprise Challenge is an annual, national competition during which secondary school students aged 11-16 years old learn about establishing and running a business through a business simulation game, with the highest-scoring team in each region creating their own business ideas and pitching them in regional and national finals.

This final sees five teams from each region who have posted the highest net profit whilst competing on the business simulation game over a 6-week period. They are asked to create a social enterprise that will benefit their school and the school community, which they will pitch to the panel of judges we have assembled.

The judging panel consists of:

  • Claude Littner (Chairman of Judges)  UWL Claude Littner Business School and adviser to Lord Sugar on The Apprentice

  • Heather Baker  President, Entrepreneur's Organisation UK Chapter

  • Melody Hossaini CEO, InspirEngage International

  • David Hudd Partner and Deputy CEO, Hogan Lovells

  • Andy Bagnall  Director of Campaigns, CBI

  • Perween Warsi CBE Founder and CEO, S&A Foods

  • Mohamed Amersi Founder and CEO, Emergent Telecom Ventures

  • Meekal Hashmi General Counsel EMEA, Neuberger Berman

The five finalist schools are:

  • Yorkshire: Spen Valley High School

  • North West: Ladybridge High School

  • West Midlands: Harborne Academy

  • London: Skinners’ Academy

  • South East: Langley Academy