Giving young people a taste for business with Citrus Saturday
Citrus Saturday was featured on the British Library's Innovation and enterprise blog in December 2014.
Citrus Saturday goes German at The Olympic Park, Munich
We partnered with Events4Kidz and the LMU Munich to take Citrus Saturday to Germany on 5 July 2014.
It was a fantastic event.
Read more at The Olympic Park website.
Students across Edinburgh give entrepreneurship a squeeze with Citrus Saturday
The Prince's Trust Scotland partnered with Citrus Saturday this year (supported by City of Edinburgh Council) to deliver the programme in Edinburgh. More than 30 students aged between 13 and 17 took part on 24th May and it was a fantastic event.
Citrus Saturday is going to France!
Following our recent trip to Africa, Citrus Saturday is now going to France. University of Caen is piloting Citrus Saturday next week. The programme has been expanded across Europe and we’re very excited to see it grow and develop.
Two city schools to test selling skills in lemonade contest
"IT is a fruity challenge of which Lord Alan Sugar would be proud.
Two city schools are set to battle it out in an Apprentice-style contest to see who can sell the most homemade lemonade.
A total of 18 pupils from Drummond Community High School and Gracemount High School will go head to head in a lemonade sell-off to test their business skills on Saturday..."
UCL's Citrus Saturday gives local students a taste of self-made business success
"CHILDREN in Camden squeezed more than 2,000 lemons on Saturday on a day of frenzied lemonade selling.
Citrus Saturday, an initiative set up by University College London to give young people a taste of self-made business success, saw 40 students set up 10 lemonade stands across the borough – at Camden Market, Inverness Street Market, Granary Square, the Brunswick Centre, and Euston Station..."
Citrus Saturday project gives school pupils a fizzy business start
"SCHOOLCHILDREN will get a chance to see what it is like to run a business in a borough-wide competition to sell home-made lemonade..."