Micro-tyco is a way of inspiring children and young people to think and be creative in an enterprising way while also becoming aware of business ethics.
Some Local Authorities were involved in this challenge last year and more are already signed up to participate in 2012. The programme is supported by the business community including Sir Tom Hunter and Deloitte.
This initiative is endorsed by Mike Russell, Cabinet Secretary for Education and lifelong learning.
The one month challenge kicks off at the start of November where learners work in team to transform £1 into as much money as possible. Micro-Tyco inspires an entrepreneurial environment that unleashes participant’s latent talents and develop new skills.
The funds generated go into support micro-finance in the developing countries around the world.
If you would like to view some videos from past participants please visit
If you are interested in registering teams now you can do so online:
Prizes last year included a special private dinner with Sir Tom Hunter at his house for the top teams, a celebratory lunch and networking event at Deloitte’s offices for the top schools and t-shirts and badges for runners-up.
For further information visit the website: