QE team are North London’s best

Envisage, one of QE’s 2008 Young Enterprise teams, reached the Pan London Finals of the competition and took the prize for the best presentation.

Led by Link teacher Vickash Seeburrun, Envisage developed the Bon Appetit Discount Card – a restaurant card that was adopted by some of London’s top eating places.

Both Envisage and the other QE team, QuEst, reached the North London round of Young Enterprise after success at the initial area round. At the North London round, the teams had to set up a display stand and deliver a presentation in front of eight other competing companies, five judges and parents. “Both companies delivered their presentations in a very professional and sophisticated manner,” said Mr Seeburrun.

QuEst, which developed an e-learning game called Destination Zero designed to make employees more environmentally aware at home and in the workplace, won the award for best display stand. Envisage took awards both for the best presentation and as the best company overall, which meant it went forward to the Pan London Finals as the sole North London school.

Held at the Credit Suisse building, Canary Wharf, the Pan London Finals featured inspirational presentations from Levi Roots, of Dragon’s Den fame, and from Dan McGuire, current Young Entrepreneur of the Year and Managing Director of Broadbean Technology.

The following Y10 boys represented the Envisage team at the Pan London Final: Jed Wilsher, Sergio Ronchetti-Carrete, Nir Shah, Kamran Tajbakhsh and Jonathan Flowers.