Case Studies

Read about the benefits of participating in Citrus Saturday

Below we have a selection of case studies to demonstrate why Citrus Saturday matters.

  

Mozambique Case Study

In November 2013, Citrus Saturday came to Africa.

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Case Study: Leonard Cheshire Disability

Leonard Cheshire Disability ran Citrus Saturday in Knaresborough Market, Yorkshire.

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Case Study: Eastbury School

In July 2013, Barking's Eastbury School ran their Citrus Saturday taster event.

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Holy Trinity Primary School

Youngest ever Citrus Saturday entrepreneurs take to selling on UCL’s campus.

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Case Study 2015 Victoria's Story

Victoria took part in Citrus Saturday for the first time in the summer of 2015.

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Citrus Saturday 2012

Citrus Saturday is a refreshing lesson in fun, fulfillment and financial reward for young entrepreneurs

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360º of Citrus Saturday | 2014 Volume 

2014 Participant Case Studies

This case study presents the stories of 8 participants, covering some of the best experiences from 2014.

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360º of Citrus Saturday | 2013 Volume 

Josh's story

Josh has been involved with Citrus Saturday since the very beginning. Who better to tell you all about the programme and what to expect when you take on the challenge?

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Aisha's story

Read this case study to find out how the programme has helped Aisha fuel her ambition to become an entrepreneur.

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Hiba's story

Hiba learnt a very important lesson from Citrus Saturday: communication is the key to success in business!

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Sophie’s story

Citrus Saturday participants were asked to imagine their lives in 2020 and explore their short-term and long-term goals for work, study and life. This case study looks at one participant’s response.

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Citrus Saturday is a refreshing lesson in fun, fulfillment and financial reward for young entrepreneurs

Hear from four young people who took part in the very first Citrus Saturday activities in 2011.

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Research

 

The Citrus Saturday experience

This report sheds light on the Citrus Saturday brand experience among 11–15 year olds. It seeks to establish a better understanding of the aspirations and goals of young people in the UK with an interest in entrepreneurship. 

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Young people, brands and media usage

This report sheds light on the the way in which Citrus Saturday participants relate to brands and media. It is an investigation of the attitudes, desires and needs of young people aged 11–15 in the UK with an interest in entrepreneurship. 

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My life in 2020

Citrus Saturday participants were asked to think of their lives in 2020: their aspirations for work, study and personal life. This report looks at the goals and hopes of two teenagers.

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Brands, media usage and preferences among 11–15 year olds

This report explores how young people regard brands, media and social media in order to better understand their preferences, use and perceptions.

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