Yesterday, David Gandy attended RBS ESSA Gala Awards in the University of Exeter Enactus Society (The Louise Blouin Foundation) in West London. More than 300 students from more than 30 universities attended the awards, which were hosted by former Radio 1 controller Andy Parfitt and presented by the world’s leading male supermodel David Gandy, Britain’s first medalist at the Winter Olympics in snow sports Jenny Jones and Top Gear’s original Stig, Perry McCarthy.
The RBS ESSA (Enterprising Student Society Accreditation) is designed to recognise and reward the enterprising work being done by students who are members of societies and illustrate how everyday society activities such as marketing, driving new membership, managing accounts, hosting events and raising funds are demonstrations of entrepreneurship.
RBS ESSA judges David Gandy, Jenny Jones and Perry McCarthy (The Stig)
The Official PhysSoc Nottingham (@)
Imperial College's El Salvador Project building low-cost, sustainable and earthquake-resistant housing (@)
University of Bristol Boat Club received the RBS ESSA Award for being the most innovatice society in 2014
Source: Exeterexpressandecho.co.uk & RBS ESSA's Official Facebook