On Monday, City students attended the final pitch of the London School of Economics mentorpreneurship course, which was the last session of this four-month programme. In groups, we presented our projects to a panel of LSE graduates, who all work with upcoming businesses .The pitches were exciting and enjoyable, with a mix of schools collaborating and sharing their ideas and goals. It was an unique and eye opening course, learning throughout four sessions the key success traits of a business, and how to solve sustainable development goals to make successful products. In the end, three teams from a mix of schools were chosen to develop and continue working on their business, with the further help of more LSE graduates and materials. We highly recommend the LSE course for any budding entrepreneurs as it teaches you vital skills for development of ideas, and the process an entrepreneur takes to become successful.
Maya and Elli, year 9View gallery