ENTREPRENEURIAL Halesowen students are set to represent the Black Country at a business competition’s regional finals.

Team ‘HOP’ – which stands for ‘helping others prosper’ – are made up of pupils from Windsor High School and Sixth Form who took part in the Black Country Area Finals of the Young Enterprise competition.

The team have been working hard to develop a web based business which guides young people to professional help and advice for mental health related disorders and personal conflicts.

A school spokesman said: “The group had achieved a lot over the course of eight months, cementing the official presence of 18 charities on their website.

“They also supplement their website with a student focused Instagram page called ‘hop.today’ and their product which consists of a care package of organisational equipment and stress relieving tools.

“The group performed outstandingly during the Black Country finals held at Wolverhampton University’s business school and won best company report and best overall company.”

The success of the team – who can be followed on Instagram at ‘hop.today’, or on their website at www.hoptoday.co.uk – means they will now go on to represent the Black Country at the regional finals on Wednesday, June 13, at the West Midlands Safari Park.