Action of the young entrepreneurs and family business regional and Hessen champion gekurtffentlichkeitsarbeit Bad Nauheim. Keith McLoughlin takes a slightly different approach. A day in the big Chair sit how is that? 50 students in Central Hesse and Rhine-Main used during the project students in the big Chair"under patronage of Ursula Bouffier the chance to try this out. Six of them were awarded for their remarkable essays on Friday in a festive event at the hotel Dolce Bad Nauheim. Students in the big Chair"is a nationwide action of the Association of young entrepreneurs and family business, which was launched over two decades ago in the life. Their goal is to dispel stereotypes, transfer knowledge about entrepreneurship and to reduce fear of contact. Because in Germany, far too few pupils and students develop the desire to become entrepreneurs themselves. The Selbststandigenrate is with us at 10.4 percent and well below the EU average of almost 13 percent. With students in the big chair ' we connect "" the desire to build a bridge between business and schools", as Alexander Hornikel of the regional Executive Committee young entrepreneurs" and Oliver Ehmann, Regional Director of the family business ", in their common greeting.
This time the action was taken on again very well. About 100 schools with sixth form had been invited in writing, many students had then applied. So the lot decided what 50 happy for a day head or Chief could be. Small reports, the participants included then their Chief experience"together. Well-known personalities from the fields of politics, business and media sighted the student essays and chose their favorites from it. Very happy with the quality of the observations showed patron Ursula Bouffier, the National Chairman of the Association of the Hesse family entrepreneur Dr.-ing. Benno Wersborg.
The Hessian company EU Ambassador Dr. Karin Uphoff thanked the students for their commitment and in her keynote speech, stressed that for entrepreneurial roots and wings"are important. "And I can understand your reports that you could feel this important mix of strength and vision directly in the factories." Uphoff encouraged the young women and men actively to shape their lives and to consider also a self-employment in consideration. Then came the big moment: the six winners were awarded. For the regional district of Central Hessen are: Ursula Katharina Waschke (Johanneum Gymnasium in Herborn, square 1), Lukas Berkenkamp (Goethe school Wetzlar, 2nd place), Niklas through village (Goethe school Wetzlar, 3rd place). For the regional group Rhine-Main: Pascal Schulz (Lessing-Gymnasium-Lampertheim, 1st place), Daniela Scheid (Justus-Liebig-Schule Darmstadt, 2nd place), Julia Fischer (Weidig gymnasium Butzbach, 3rd place). Hessen champion is Ursula Katharina Waschke. The victors rejoiced, they have the next date now in mind: you will go to Berlin in June to the federal award and there with the winners of the other federal States meet together. The winners once again in the overview: Hessen winner: Ursula Katharina Waschke, Johanneum Gymnasium in Herborn, regional district of Central Hesse winners of the regional circuits: Mittelhessen: place: Ursula Katharina Waschke, Johanneum gymnasium Herborn place: Lukas Berkenkamp, Goethe school Wetzlar place: Niklas through village, Goethe school Wetzlar Rhein-Main: place: Pascal Schulz, Lessing Gymnasium Lampertheim place: Daniela Scheid, Justus-Liebig-Schule Darmstadt space: Julia Fischer, Weidig gymnasium Butzbach for the background of the action: actions/student-in IM chefsessel.