The SBA and JA Worldwide introduced the Mind Your Own Business teen Web site to provide support to the growing interest in entrepreneurship among teens, and to serve as a small-business portal for youth entrepreneurs.
The Mind Your Own Business Web site introduces five easy-to-navigate steps on business ownership for the entrepreneurial-minded teen, each with helpful information for young entrepreneurs who want to start, run or grow their own businesses.
Both the Mind Your Own Business
and Teen Business Link Web sites will help to introduce teens to the idea of small business ownership as an entrepreneurial career.
It was just her way of telling you to mind your own business
The mini-enterprise scheme, called Mind Your Own Business 2003, is packed with activities to help primary school children come up with a business plan, organise their staff, market a product, make it and sell it.
Pupils from Fairfield Primary School, Penarth, Ysgol Gymraeg Sant Baruc, Barry, Rhydri Primary, Caerphilly, Penrhys Primary, Rhondda, Maesycwmmer Primary School, Maesycwmmer, Stacey Primary School, Roath, Meadowbank Primary School, Gabalfa, and Severn Junior School, Canton are all signed up to Mind Your Own Business 2003.
From Aberaeron to Aberdare and from Swansea to Montgomery, almost 70 schools are participating in Mind Your Own Business 2003, an award-winning six-week mini-enterprise project.
Supported by Education and Business Partnerships across Wales, Mind Your Own Business 2003 is a great way to encourage economic and in-dustrial understanding at Key Stages Two and Three.
WITH the SATs nearly over, now is the time for kids to have some fun again, and Mind Your Own Business 2003 is the perfect way to keep children hooked on learning.
Mind Your Own Business 2003 is a mini-enterprise project that is packed with activities to help you run a business from your classroom and turn your budding pupils into budding entrepreneurs.
That's usually enough to tell somebody you just want to mind your own business
and walk along.
As part of the Newspapers in Education Mind Your Own Business
scheme older pupils are renting out places on the schools computers after hours for the younger pupils to use software which will help them with their schoolwork.
YOUNGSTERS have come up with a snappy idea as part of the Newspapers in Education Mind Your Own Business
This week The Western Mail's award-winning Mind Your Own Business
scheme is to be launched for a second year.