ENTERPRISE education charity Young Enterprise North East is to merge with its UK counterparts and has drawn up a five-year strategy.
What does YENE stand for?
YENE stands for Young Enterprise North East (UK)
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But the region will still have a strong voice in the organisation as former Young Enterprise North East chief executive Catherine Marchant will join the national body as director of relationships and communications.
Byline: CHRISTOPHER KNOX YOUNG Enterprise North East (YENE) has launched a new industry specific master class to its range of enterprise education programmes to ensure students are 'work ready' when leaving education.
MANY Christmas parties may be cancelled this year but not North East-based enterprise education charity Young Enterprise North East which is inviting local employers to come along to its fundraising bash.
TWO former colleagues have been reunited after taking up new roles at enterprise education provider Young Enterprise North East (YENE).
She said she got the confidence to become her own boss after completing a Young Enterprise North East Company Programme at school, where pupils set up and run their own trading business in an academic year.
James Dean, 17, who attends Catcote School Business and Enterprise College in Hartlepool, has won the Young Enterprise North East (YENE) Sir John Moores' Special Achievement Award after overcoming physical and medical problems to become assistant managing director of his own company.
Through working together to set up and run their own companies, and with mentoring from Young Enterprise North East business volunteers, students taking part in the programme will gain vital first-hand experience of business.