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Enactus Teesside Advisory Board Meeting

Enactus Teesside ABM 2019

Author: Takura Sibanda

Date: 25th November 2019

On the 25th of November 2019 Enactus Teesside hosted their first advisory board meeting with members of support network in attendance where the team presented the advisors with an update of the team’s progress, projects, and challenges. 

Our Project Leaders Kenrick and Caolan presented the Re-Serve and Mutual projects, respectively.

It was a good learning experience for the team as they all learnt what aspects of the projects that had not been considered and should going forward to reduce the likeliness of problems arising in future. 

We want to thank the advisors who attended Michael, Jonny and Steve your advice was positively received and we look to implement your suggestions in our projects.

 

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Diageo ITC Day 2018

Diageo ITC Day 2018

Author: Takura Sibanda

Date: 27 March 2018

On Tuesday the 26th of February the team made the long trip down to Diageo in London to take part in the final stage of the Women Empowerment ITC where they presented the project Save the Woman to Diageo employees. Teesside presented alongside Edinburgh, Glasgow, Warwick, and Southampton.

It was an informative day as the teams supplied crucial updates on how their projects were progressing and what further support was required. At the end of the day all the teams were taken on a tour of the facilities and given complimentary gift items.

 A special thank you goes out to Diageo for hosting a fantastic day and Enactus UK for planning the day.

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Enactus Regionals 2018

Enactus Regionals 2018

Author: Takura Sibanda

Date: 8th March 2018

On Thursday the 8th of March, the Teesside team made the short trip down to ASDA House in Leeds to compete in the Annual Enactus Regionals competition.

The team presented their current projects Save the Woman, Revamp, and new project Your Fridge. It was an interesting day as Teesside were joined by other Northern and East Central Enactus teams like Northumbria, Hull, York, Sheffield, and many others.

The day overall was very enlightening as the team received valuable feedback on the presentation and annual report. The following week the team were notified that they would be progressing to Nationals as 1 of the 32 competing teams. The team must be commended on delivering an excellent presentation in the absence of their current team leader Anna who was unfortunately unwell.

The team now aims to take this momentum into nationals and hopes to make it through the opening round and beyond. 

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