- Hayley Yu | Alumni Profile | Rising Stars Series #2
- Jamie Beaton | Alumni Profile | Rising Stars Series #1
- Brady Dyer |Alumni Profile
- Jonny Wilson I Alumni Profile
- Rachel Taulelei l Alumni Profile
- Anna Guenther l Alumni Profile
- Mike Devonshire I Alumni Profile
- Meg Bartle I Alumni Profile
- Simon Rowell I Alumni Profile
- Steve Lindsey I Alumni Profile
- Catherine Etuata I Alumni Profile
- Paul Brock I Alumni Profile
- Sarah Caughey I Alumni Profile
- Nick Smith I Alumni Profile
- Thomas Scott I Alumni Profile
- Rebecca Caughey I Alumni Profile
- Marvin Yee I Alumni Profile
- Shay Wright I Alumni Profile
- Jordan Koloamatangi I Alumni Profile
- Nigel Bamford I Alumni Profile’
Author Archives: Sasha Webb
‘To change the world let’s start with food!’ It’s not very often you meet young men or women as intent on changing the world as Hayley Yu. Two years after graduating from Diocesan School for Girls in Auckland where she founded … Continue reading
Jamie Beaton – Lifting education standards of Kiwi students In 2011, Jamie Beaton was in Year 12 at Auckland’s Kings College. His Young Enterprise Company, Number 8 Technologies, designed and built iPad stands for use in cars. Jump forward three years … Continue reading
Entrepreneur and photographer Brady Dyer talks about being an entrepreneur, and his still-successful YES company
Jonny Wilson – Academy Director at Good Time Music Academy is our latest alum
Owner of Yellow Brick Road and Co-Founder of Wellington City Markets Rachel Taulelei shares her YES experience
Meet Anna Guenther – Chief Bubble Blower and Cofounder of PledgeMe
Independent Director and Business Consultant Mike Devonshire shares his experiences with YES.
Meet Meg Bartle – Currently studying Commerce, majoring in Marketing, International Business and Economics at Victoria University.
Simon Rowell participated in the Young Enterprise Scheme in 1992 at St John’s College (Hillcrest). He’s the founder and CEO of Innovation Liberation Front.
From YES student to YES teacher to a Principal at a YES school – Steve Lindsey talks about how running a school is like running a business.