Once again, the Bank was blown away by the inventive business concepts the students presented, and now Aldermore are inviting the Twitter community to decide which of these inspiring young teams deserves to win £1000 for a charity of their choice.
BonusBrush – Edgbarrow School
Designed to encourage young children to brush their teeth for longer, this innovative toothbrush app rewards children with points for every minute spent brushing, which can be swapped for prizes or rewards on their favourite apps. It pays to brush!
KettleCup – Edgbarrow School
Kettle Cup is a personalised portable heating cup that’s perfect for hot drinks on the go. Powered by a charger, with an adaptor for in-car brewing, this clever design is well-insulated, child-safe and comes in a range of sizes. Order online, choose your design.
Feel Good Café – Edgbarrow School
FeelGood Café is the ethical coffee shop that uses only eco-friendly recycled materials and Fairtrade coffee beans. With a strong focus on giving something back to the community, FeelGood Café also features a donation board where customers can pledge time or money for local events, saving the world one coffee at a time.
Tracker Trainer – John Madejski Academy
The smarter way to get fit, Tracker Trainers use a micro-chip embedded within each pair of running shoes, sending data to a phone app where users can monitor their progress as they strive towards their fitness goals. This health-conscious invention would be produced in the UK using environmentally-friendly manufacturing techniques.
Faster Food – John Madejski Academy
Faster Food is an app that delivers – literally. Designed to bridge a gap in the market for restaurants that do not usually offer deliveries, this pick-up and drop-off food service promises to offer its customers the chance to get fast food faster.
eMunch – John Madejski Academy
eMunch’s mission is to help consumers save food, save money and save the planet. Through a bar-code system in users’ kitchen cupboards, eMunch will notify individuals when their food is due to expire, reducing food wastage and saving precious pennies.
Solar Beatz – Reading Girls’ School
Solar Beatz offer an ingenious solution for consumers who constantly find themselves faced with a low battery on their mp3 player or phone. Through solar panels installed on the top of these headphones, users can charge their device as they listen to music, with a regular plug adaptor for cloudy days.
Gym & Tone-it – Reading Girls’ School
Providing a fun introduction to the gym for young people, Gym & Tone-it is a community-focused fitness centre for 14 to 16 year olds. The business focuses on creating a fun, safe social environment, as well as a place for teenagers to access gym facilities and healthy snacks.
Prize Draw terms and conditions 1. Entry is free and open to public vote for anyone over the age of 18 2. Only one entry per person is permitted. 3. Entrants agree to be bound by these terms and conditions. 4. The prize is the donation of £1000 to the school with most public votes. There are no runners' up prizes. (hereinafter as the 'Prize') 5. The prize excludes any associated costs and expenses which may be incurred in taking up the Prize. 6. The winning entries will be selected and overseen by an independent adjudicator. 7. A representative from a winning school will be notified by email and/or by letter. 8. The winning school will be notified of the results 10 days after completion of the promotion. 9. The promoter is Aldermore Bank plc, 1st Floor Block B, Western House, Lynch Wood, Peterborough PE2 6FZ. 10. The decision of the promoter is final, and no correspondence will be entered into. 11. The prize will be provided by Aldermore Bank plc. 12. The promoter reserves the right in its sole discretion to disqualify any individual that corrupts or affects the administration, security, fairness, integrity or proper conduct of this prize draw. - See more at: http://aldermore.co.uk/about/news-press-releases/2013/07/vote-and-help-one-skills!-school-win-%C2%A31000-for-their-local-charity/#sthash.2CywfWfJ.dpuf
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