Young Enterprise Trust

Storbie Awards are back for Young Enterprise participants

Storbie is incredibly proud to be associated with the Young Enterprise Trust, and provides a free website and ecommerce platform for participating YES companies, in order to help students promote and sell their products online.

This year we are bringing back the Storbie Awards to encourage participants to get their website looking their best which in turn can help with sales.

All YES companies using the Storbie platform are automatically eligible for the awards, provided they are live by October 18, when judging begins. (more…)

How to set up a free Storbie Shop with the Young Enterprise Scheme NZ

Storbie has been a proud supporter and sponsor of the Young Enterprise Scheme in New Zealand, also known as YES, since 2015.

Young Enterprise works with secondary school students and teachers across New Zealand, mentoring them through the process of launching a new business. Participants gain business management experience and a better understanding of entrepreneurship.

For students taking part in Young Enterprise, Storbie offers a free ecommerce website to help market and sell products online, enabling friends, family, and the general public to discover and buy directly from students. Everyone is encouraged to join the YES Market, an online marketplace that showcases products and businesses from participants.

The YES Market provides increased exposure and is actively promoted by the Young Enterprise Trust.

For YES students setting up an online store with Storbie, here are 9 steps to help you out: (more…)

Storbie Signs On As Newest Sponsor of Young Enterprise Trust

We are proud to announce that Storbie will be helping hundreds of young entrepreneurs sell online with free ecommerce stores!

The Young Enterprise Trust is an independent charitable trust aimed at developing enterprising young New Zealanders by inspiring, educating and transforming students through enterprise experiences. They offer Enterprise Programmes for all year levels — the most prominent being the Young Enterprise Scheme (YES) for Year 12 and 13 students — as well as other tools, competitions, training and development, all geared towards growing a more prosperous New Zealand through enterprise. (more…)