If you are passionate about helping disabled people achieve their life goals and you have an entrepreneurial spirit – the Corporate Challenge could be for you.
The QEF Corporate Challenge is a Dragon’s Den meets the Apprentice competition that challenges teams of up to seven people to raise money for Queen Elizabeth’s Foundation for Disabled People.
The corporate challenge will see teams compete to turn an initial investment of £150 into a profit of at least £1,500. For small businesses the team can be made up from a collaboration of more than one organisation.
Teams do this by planning, promoting and implementing mini entrepreneurial activities. The challenge will see a host of teams until January compete against each other to make the most profit.
This is a unique way to improve your staff proficiencies in leadership, team working, planning, negotiation and confidence, whilst offering your organisation significant profile building opportunities with the coverage from the Surrey Advertiser.
The team that raises the most money will be given a money can’t buy experience at an exclusive 75th Anniversary closing event and a winners trophy.
QEF will offer support every step of the way, providing guidance and advice with your chosen activities.
Your help could re-start a life, as well as improving staff proficiencies.
For more information and to enter, contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org
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