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TG Escapes Proud to Sponsor The National Enterprise Challenge
The Ryman National Enterprise Challenge, in partnership with UCFB, is part of The Inspirational Learning Group, whose aim is to provide innovative and enterprising off-timetable events for schools, colleges and universities; engaging, inspiring and motivating students to be the best they can be.
Now in its 7th successful year, The Ryman National Enterprise Challenge was created by cousins Ben and Michael Dyer in 2013. Fronted by Theo Paphitis and sponsored principally by Rymans, it has now grown to be the UK’s largest enterprise competition for secondary schools, this year having attracted 450 schools and over 250,000 participants.
This year’s challenge is destined to be the biggest and best to date. Launched on the back of new partner The University Campus of Football Business (UCFB) and working in conjunction with the FA, 2019 will see challenge participants create an event or competition to increase female participation in football. It will culminate in almost 250 teams assembling to compete in the finals at the iconic Wembley Stadium on 10th July 2019.
TG Escapes are delighted to be swelling the ranks of the organisation’s sponsorship programme and are looking forward to sponsoring the Judging Area at this exciting event. They would like to wish all teams taking part the best of luck for their final pitches!
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