Havering College has been recognised as a key player in Global Entrepreneurship Week.
For the second year running, the college in Hornchurch, Greater London, has been awarded a 'high impact badge of honour' for its work in encouraging the next generation of entrepreneurs to consider starting up their own business.
The college took part in a national campaign to promote entrepreneurship by offering students the chance to meet four successful entrepreneurs
TV and Radio presenter Jade Avia, who co-hosts the Capital Xtra Breakfast Show with Kojo, artist and clothes line boss Princess Nyah, actress and rapper Paigey Cakey plus barrister and social entrepreneur Tunde Okewale inspired students when they shared their experiences and offered advice to the next generation of potential business 'dragons'.
Together with Annika Allen, co-owner and editor of the award-winning youth lifestyle publication Flavour Magazine, they took to the stage at the college's Ardleigh Green Campus for a Global Entrepreneurship Week 'conversation'.
Now the organisers of Global Entrepreneurship Week (GEW) have recognised Havering College for delivering one of the best events in the UK.
Havering College Enterprise Hub co-ordinator Dolly Odebode said: "Our high-profile guests are inspirational role models and our students really related to what he said. We are delighted to be recognised for the work we are doing in harnessing and developing our students' talents and encouraging the next generation of entrepreneurs."