A Junior Enterprise (JE) is a student run company. The concept has been first developed in France during the 1960s. Its aims are to bridge the gap between education and employment and to provide students with the skills that will appeal to employers. In order to achieve this, students realize consulting projects in several business areas for companies and institutions. The client lists contain small to medium sized enterprises as well as international companies. They receive individual and high-quality solutions based on the latest scientific research for a comparatively cheap price. Nowadays there are about 300 Junior Enterprises mainly in Europe and South America.
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Specializes in market intelligence and market entry strategies. Based in Poland.
JADE European Confederation of Junior Enterprises
Pan-European network representing about 20.000 junior consultants. With contact data of the member organisations, information about current events and a summary of the junior enterprise movement.
The Dutch network of junior enterprises consists of seven junior consulting firms, which offer a wide range of services. Including a list of former board members and a description of the project procedure.
Westminster Business Consultants
British junior enterprise at the University of Westminster. Students provide services in market research, consultancy, it and translation. Based in London, United Kingdom.
Assists companies with market research, strategy consulting and trade fairs organisation services. Including information about the history of the student team, its partners and clients. Based in Krakow, Poland.
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