Last week saw young people create a marketing campaign for a new homeless cinema in Sheffield.
Last week saw another group of enthusiastic and talented young people tackle Talent Match Enterprise Camp.
This round, saw a group of 18-24 year old Talent Match customers take part in a marketing enterprise challenge.
We spoke to Hannah, one of the participants, who explained what the challenge entailed:
“For our Enterprise Challenge, we’ve been coming up with a marketing strategy for a new free film club for homeless people in the city hosted by Element Society. It’s been so useful to learn how to get our ideas across to other people”.
As part of the marketing strategy, the group created leaflets and also appeared on Chris Zanelli’s Sheffield Live radio show to talk about the film club.
Dylan, another participant, spoke to us about how Enterprise Camp had benefited him:
“I came on Enterprise Camp to build my confidence and to make some new friends. I reckon I’ve achieved both of those things.
If you’ve got low confidence, you should definitely come on this programme. Everyone is so friendly and you can just be yourself – they won’t judge you for who you are”.
Enterprise Camp runs across South Yorkshire for young people not in education, employment or training. The camp aims to build confidence and skills to help young people work towards setting up their own business.
For more information about Talent Match Enterprise, please visit the dedicated project page.