Staff and students from the Peter Jones Enterprise Academy at Huddersfield’s Kirklees College recently stepped up to the plate to help BBC1’s ‘Rip off Britain’ judge cake as part of a consumer testing panel.
The programme investigated how spreads containing different amounts of butter and oil compare in terms of taste and real value amongst consumers.
In scenes reminiscent of ‘The Great British Bake Off’, the lucky PJEA students sampled five varieties of Victoria sponge cake, each made using different fat combinations.
A PJEA student from Chelmsford College has used her enterprise and blogging skills to help iconic hair and beauty brand Lee Stafford reach new audiences online.
Emma Sivess, the author of popular beauty blog Anomalous Me, created a highly successful digital campaign for Lee Stafford whilst on work placement in Chelmsford College’s marketing department, home to the Lee Stafford Academy.
The Peter Jones Foundation is looking for our next Chief Executive Officer. This is an exciting opportunity for a passionate, entrepreneurial and inspiring senior leader to drive our growth and development - helping the Foundation expand its reach and impact.
To find out more about this opportunity, including our aims and ambitions for the future, please visit: https://prospect-us.co.uk/jobs/details/hq00164301
Closing Date: 10th April