Business owners: do you remember what it was like to be 16?
No, we don’t remember either! But it certainly wasn’t an easy time; so huge congratulations to the young people who ventured into the Dragons lair last week to present their business plans.
Success, Failure and Experience
The teams came to tell the story of how they succeeded, failed and learnt from experience, during the 2016 Welwyn Hatfield Dragons Apprentice Challenge.
The eight teams had to brave a “friendly” grilling from our Super Dragons: Special thanks to our Super Dragons; Sir Roy Gardner, Robin Webb (St Lukes Hospice), Joanne Price (Barclays Bank) and Terry Michinson (Welwyn Hatfield Times) for “firing” off questions to the teams.
We were genuinely impressed by the preparation and passion shown by the teams. It was great to hear their honest reflections upon the process. Some of the young people said that their involvement had inspired them to continue to work with their charity and in some cases the young people said they were going to set up in business when they leave school. Let’s hope they remember the lessons learnt as part of the Welwyn Hatfield Dragons Apprentice Challenge.
The Super Dragons are quizzing the teams on their great efforts @Dragonappwelhat – @oaklandscollege is up now pic.twitter.com/MmsWYG1qFV
— Welwyn Hatfield (@WelHatCouncil) February 12, 2016