Nuori Yrittäjyys ry (Junior Achievement Finland) organizes the Uskalla Yrittää final starring over 250 students and their 90 JA student companies. The final gathers the most entrepreneurial students in Finland to a two days event in Helsinki 18.-19.4.2018.
The students participating in the final have during this academic year ran their student companies that operate with real money. These companies have been formed as a part of their studies in the JA Company Program on the 9th grade of elementary school and on the upper secondary level, and in the JA Start Up Program on the higher education level.
The final is the national competition for these programs and the winners of the upper secondary level and on higher education level will represent Finland in the competition for the European championship in the summer 2018.
From the regional semifinals to the national final competition
The companies seen in the final competition have been chosen through regional semifinals to represent their region and school in the national final. The semifinals are organized all over Finland! See the semifinal schedule and get acquainted with the entrepreneurs from your region before the final!
The best companies in Finland are chosen by a jury of professionals from the business life. The jury will investigate the operation of the companies for two days.
The fair of the final in Kamppi shopping centre
The finalists take over Kamppi shopping center on Wednesday 18th April 2018. Welcome to get acquainted with the makers of the future of Finland and make some magnificent bargains at the same time!
At the trade fair in Kamppi the youngsters present their businesses and sell their products and services. We offer a chance to meet the best and most entrepreneurial youngsters of the regions and a front row view to the ideas and thought of the young.
Participate and follow the event on social media!
Nuori Yrittäjyys ry
Nuori Yrittäjyys ry (JA Finland) is a nonprofit association. We support entrepreneurial education where our goal is to get the young to recognize and utilize their own talent – learning by doing.
JA aims to fulfill its goals by providing programs supporting entrepreneurship and consumer education for 7- to 25-year-olds through schools, universities, and other educational institutions. The programs are carried out as a part of the schools’ own curricula.
JA receives most of its funds from foundations’ and companies’ support.