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Happy news: Grenade ambassador James Haskell joins The National Enterprise Challenge to judge students entries for new ‘Carb Killa’ flavour

It’s easy to start feeling more than a little overwhelmed with the bad news right now which is why, with our partner Printed.com, we’re on a mission to highlight the good; the entrepreneurs & businesses who are doing amazing things, who have achieved so much (before and during the Covid-19 pandemic), who may have turned their skills to good and who deserve to be recognised.

What started as a coffee shop conversation is now the UK’s largest Enterprise competition for secondary schools, having worked with over 450 schools and 250,000 students since inception in 2012.

2020 sees The National Enterprise continue its growth with two brand new partners setting the challenges!

Their KS4 partner is sports-nutrition brand Grenade, challenging students to design a brand new flavour for their ‘Carb Killa’ range of protein bars, which will then be taken to market with retailers across the UK!

The judging for the Grenade challenge is underway, with Grenade ambassador James Haskell assessing the entries!

The winners will be announced at the TNEC virtual finals. Find out more.

Register for the Great British Entrepreneur Awards regional finals (online)