Young entrepreneurs to represent NI at Canadian conference

Young Enterprise alumnae Charlotte Campbell and Emilie Vose prepare to fly to Canada for the Next Generation Leader Forum at Trent University in Peterborough, Ontario.

Two of Northern Ireland’s most promising young entrepreneurs are set to represent Northern Ireland at a global young leader’s conference in Canada on August 10-14. Seventeen year old sixth form students Emilie Vose, from Bangor and Charlotte Campbell from Coleraine were selected by entrepreneurship skills charity Young Enterprise to attend the Next Generation Leaders Forum … Read more…

Community to benefit from the Impact Academy

New social entrepreneurs Daniel Martin, Jamie Rafferty, Catherine Doherty, Kirsty and Rian Humphreys meet for the first time as the begin to develop their business at The Impact Academy with support from the Ashton Community Trust, Young Enterprise, FabLab Belfast and the North Belfast Social Enterprise Hub.

Young people in North Belfast are set to start a social enterprise through the new Impact Academy that started on Tuesday 21st July at the North Belfast Social Enterprise Hub. The Ashton Community Trust in partnership with the hub, entrepreneurship skills charity Young Enterprise and FabLab Belfast has launched the initiative giving young people the … Read more…

Young entrepreneurs to represent NI at Canadian conference

Young Enterprise Northern Ireland Next Generation leaders Forum Canada 2015

Two of Northern Ireland’s most promising young entrepreneurs are set to represent Northern Ireland at a global young leader’s conference in Canada on August 10th. Seventeen year old sixth form students Emilie Vose, from Bangor and Charlotte Campbell from Coleraine were selected by entrepreneurship charity Young Enterprise to attend the Next Generation Leaders Forum (NGL) … Read more…