Peter Jones, in conjunction with Alfa Romeo, has created a limited edition pocket square to be sold to raise money for the Peter Jones Foundation and Heart Research. This is the very first of Peter's design and only 6,000 of these will go on sale and this is the very first to come off the production line.
More on the stories behind Peter's latest ventures, including Dragons' Den, his fund-raising activities for the Peter Jones Foundation and some of his many TV appearances.
The Enterprise Shoot Challenge which took place on the 4th July 2012 at The Royal Berkshire Shooting School was an amazing day raising a staggering £150,000 on the day - a phenomenal figure especially in these times. On top of this, we were delighted that we signed up 12 new Corporate Patrons, providing us with a further £60,000 a year for the next 5 years. The event was sponsored by Crestron, Timberland, Holland Cooper, NetJets, Expansys, Red Letter Days and Bancroft Wines.
Businesses of every size, including my own, have been forced to confront a new economic reality over the last twelve months. And one of the biggest challenges this has posed has been ....
Peter Jones and the National Enterprise Academy (NEA) are dedicated to finding and moulding our future business leaders.
Young people will now be able to study for brand-new qualifications in enterprise and entrepreneurship as the Peter Jones Enterprise Academy, brainchild of Dragon’s Den entrepreneur Peter Jones, and backed by Government, officially opens today.
The Peter Jones Foundation, established by Peter in 2005, provides support to children through two main channels of activity – Forgotten Children and the National Enterprise Academy.
This is the view of one student, through a blog, of what being a part of the new National Enterprise Academy is like.
Progress with the National Enterprise Academy continues apace - and now you can find out more.
Peter helps launch one of the UKs largest enterprise competition for young people.