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Preparing our young people for the future has never been so crucial in a fast changing world.

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We must nurture and encourage the skills that will enable them to not only secure a job, but to go on to develop their own ideas and become the business leaders of tomorrow.

The Young Enterprise Grampian (YEG) Company Programme does this by providing the ultimate business experience for S5 and S6 pupils where participants run their own company for a year whilst still at school.

As a registered charity, YEG relies on support and mentoring from local businesses and individuals who recognise the importance of investing in the next generation.

We would like to invite you to find out more about the Young Enterprise Company Programme and meet representatives from the businesses that have made it to the Grampian finals by taking a table or two at the YEG Finals Dinner at Ardoe House on Tuesday the 21st of April 2015.

The evening will commence at 6.30pm with an aperitif and a chance to view some of the inspired creations and services created by our young entrepreneurs. The teams will be presenting their products in front of a panel from 4.30pm, of which you are welcome to attend.

The cost of a table is £900 and an individual ticket is £90. The table will be set for 12 people, 10 for your guests, and two finalist students who will be seated with you.

A three course dinner will be served before we listen to our inspirational speaker and YEG advocate, Mr Bob Keiller of The Wood Group, and our Young Entrepreneur speaker Mr Bruce Walker (Young Entrepreneur of the Year 2014) of We are the Future. The evening will end with the announcement of the Grampian team that will go on to represent the region at the Scottish National Finals in June.

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