Sixth form students who ran their own market stalls as part of a business enterprise project impressed traders so much that they were asked to return.
The students from Newham Sixth Form College (NewVIc)in Prince Regent Lane, Plaistow recently ran their own stalls at Hoxton market, as part of a new business enterprise project run through a unique partnership between Barclays Bank PLC, Newham-based charity, Community Links and Hackney Council.
20 business students from Newham Sixth Form College worked on stalls from 8.30am to 4pm on the first day at Hoxton Market. They were split into four teams that each ran their own stall: Family Favourite (home-made cupcakes), Chocolate Delight (fruit and treats dipped into a chocolate fondue fountain), Inkz (pre-printed T-shirt art) and Flavour Maize (a popcorn stand). All four teams sold successfully, achieving a profit of over £200 in total.
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