One of the great pleasures of having 50 different business partners supporting Business on the Move is the diversity of organisations and industries we work with and the huge breadth of ideas that emerge from discussions. Their imagination speaks for itself.
Unilever has tapped into the enthusiasm and very recent experience their young graduates have of our schools to challenge them to devise a learning activity connecting Unilever to our supply chain game, Business on the Move .
Having met up with Bissie and Adele in mid-February at Port Sunlight we can safely say they have done schools and Unilever proud! We’ll keep you hanging on until our national launch before all is revealed, but suffice it to say we are sure their “value chain” activity will see much use in schools.
There was a similar story at CHEP too the previous day near Manchester. The slightly different angle taken up by Lee Thompson, European Commercial Training Manager Human Resources CHEP, was the potential he sees for Business on the Move to be used widely within intenal training as well as in classrooms. He observed:
““As part of our induction programme for new starters it is imperative that they know the concepts of our customers supply chains. ‘Business on the Move’ is a fun and informative way of passing on this knowledge. With the flexibility and additional online material produced by the sponsors which gives it credibility, this is becoming a must need item in my learning resources”
The visit to TJ Morris, who run the 320 Home Bargains stores, demonstrated just this week how one single side of A4 can create so much interest and competitive spirit! If you want to know more click here, but don’t blame us for giving you a challenge you refuse to give up on until you have completed it!
Watch this space for more examples soon of how sponsors are supporting and utilising Business on the Move in so many different ways.
1st October 2020
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