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Eco Business Challenge 2013

Our Journey
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Susan Falch-Lovesey

on 2 May 2013

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A Summary of Our Journey Eco Business Challenge 2013 The Challenge Programme
Orientation and
Introduction
To Your Team Introduction to team members, mentors, team roles and skills 15th January 2013 “To design a product or service which delivers environmental, social and financial benefits. The product or service should deliver these benefits to your enterprise, your customers and wider society” The Challenge People Bingo & Unpacking the Challenge Tom MacAgno – The Value of Teamwork Introducing the Mentors & Edmodo Challenge-Led Innovation Case studies on innovation and sustainability from specialists from firms including Mott MacDonald, Hethel Engineering Centre, Anglian Water and Broadland Housing Group.

Teams work
with mentors to explore
business ideas. 23rd January 2013 Team Challenge – building a tower
(Stuart Catchpole, Hethel) Responding to the Needs of an Ageing Population
(Bob Brady, ex. Baxter Healthcare) Responding to Today’s Challenges (Chris Hayton, Anglian Water) Sustainable Construction (Broadland Housing) Adapting to Climate Change
(Mott MacDonald) Project Time With Mentors Market-Led Innovation Teams introduced to the concept of market-led innovation by a mentor who specialises in small business set-up in the renewable energy field.

Teams apply this concept to their own business ideas. 14th February 2013 Recapping business ideas with mentors and business students Why create a product or service?
Phil Bacon
How to design a simple marketing strategy
Michelle Dobson-Jones (Enterprise Team) Working With Mentors
And the background theme?! Marketing and Financial
Planning Teams introduced to the concept of market-led innovation by a mentor who specialises in small business set-up in the renewable energy field.

Teams apply this concept to their own business ideas. 6th March 2013 Delivering effective
presentations Teams receive a master-class from the Sales Director of Norse Group Ltd in winning business through effective presentations.
They hone and practice their presentations using Start Up Lounge facilities. 14th March 2013 Working as teams with our mentors on marketing and financial plans…. Working as teams with our mentors on marketing and financial plans…. Opportunities,
Partnerships,
Learning Together Spin Offs! The Water and Enterprise programme establishes a process where motivated secondary school students are supported to become knowledgeable and confident mentors to their cluster primaries (using the context of water). Working with a local, sustainable business to make progress on school priorities, resulting in great benefits to a school community and may be seen very favourably by OFSTED as a robust link with business and enterprise. Do good to the world
and good for your self
no harming the environment
no hidden gaps
every thing in life
has a meaning
set you mind straight
and you will achieve
all you have to do
is believe under stand the impact
and the world around
dont let any one take your crown
it goes on your head
with your self respect
do it for your self
and not for the rest.
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