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Young Social Entrepreneur Award

April 2014
Shine ALOUD
Apr28

Shine ALOUD

Shine ALOUD is an independent sexual health awareness social enterprise that is youth led and youth owned. The aim of Shine is educate and entertain youth aged 15 – 24 abiut sex and relationships through the use of interactive workshops and media. The company has be active for the last two 3 years and dueing that period it has attracted over 24,000 young people on and offline, featured in local and national media as well as been...

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Acorn Enterprise Initiative
Apr27

Acorn Enterprise Initiative

About Kallum “with a K” Russell Kallum is passionate about helping others, connecting people, entrepreneurship and social enterprise. Since graduating with a First Class Marketing Degree in 2011, he has had five jobs and launched four businesses – he also had a show on his local community radio station! Kallum has launched two private businesses: Dunfermline Talks Business, a networking group which meets regularly and brings together...

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UnLtd
Apr27

YENA – Young Entrepreneur Networking Association

I am nominating myself at the advice of others who are also planning to nominate me for the Young Social Entrepreneur Award. I started YENA last year and it has grown to become an integral part of the community in that time, providing a non-intimidating networking atmosphere for entrepreneurs, professionals, students and NEETs. I have self funded the group for the last year and continue to do so until we can arrange sponsors. We hope...

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Kelly Medical – Personalised rehabilitative medicine
Apr25

Kelly Medical – Personalised rehabilitative medicine

I am a trained clinical physiologist and currently completing a PhD in medical sciences investigating the use of exercise as medicine within chronic disease. I am (as of December) taking up visiting fellowship at Harvard Medical School to further develop research relating directly to the Kelly Medical model. Specifically my research focuses on obesity, cardiac disease and type 2 diabetes. In essence I design and run clinical trials...

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We Are The Future
Apr22

We Are The Future

Bruce is inspirational, engaging, extremely hard-working and dedicated. Passionate about enterprise and what it has to offer to the youth of today, he’s committed to getting the message out there, to encouraging young people to create their own businesses and take their future into their own hands. He’s a social entrepreneur who definitely takes action! He founded We Are The Future in 2011 when he was just 17. Originally the...

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On My West Behaviour (OMWB)
Apr18

On My West Behaviour (OMWB)

Ato Alexander Ampiah-Haagh aka “Kwamz” is a fantastic young person that has overcome many obstacles in life to succeed as an artist, a young social entrepreneur, mentor, Blastbeat Ambassador, helping & inspiring others, despite a very difficult childhood. Being the only black child in his first primary school in York, he unfortunately suffered a lot of bullying and racial abuse from him peers & others being harassed daily...

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Foster Focus
Apr14

Foster Focus

Luke has had a troubled childhood not growing up with his natural family, he came from a background growing up in foster care, in and out of school, falling in to drug and alcohol abuse and a growing criminal record. After moving out at the age of 15 he was living independent in a B&B, decided he wanted better for his life and began going to school to get his GCSE’s. Achieving 5 GCSE’s he had enough to get to college and went on...

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UnLtd
Apr10

Once Loved Shoes

Honor is an amazing young woman who is passionate about her project. She really enjoys upcycling old shoes and giving people the motivation and inspiration to do it for themselves. She feels very strongly about sustainability and this is key to her project.

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Accessible Guide to Commonwealth Games
Apr09

Accessible Guide to Commonwealth Games

Emily and her twin sister, Lucy, were born 10 weeks prematurely, and later diagnosed with Cerebral Palsy. At 9 years old, she had an operation to improve her walking, which resulted in her needing to use a wheelchair. In the summer of 2008, at the age of 16, she was nominated by her school to go to southern Africa with the JoLt Charity, an organisation that takes disabled or disadvantaged young people on a ‘Journey of a...

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March 2014
once loved shoes
Mar29

once loved shoes

Honor has always been a creative and determine young person. She started up-cycling and customizing T-shirts from around the age of 9 and invited her friends round to join in. As she became older she discovered a strong passion for fashion and especially shoes. The only problem was that because of her narrow fit, this limited the number of styles of shoes she could wear. So she used her creativity to up-cycle her existing shoes. This...

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