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Enterprise, Employability, Retaining the Talent Pipeline
Posted on: January 10th 2019
Section: Member news


Do you want to help develop opportunities for young people in Devon, supporting them as they prepare for their future careers?

Young Enterprise make the connection between school and the world of work, enabling young people to develop the knowledge and attitudes they need to succeed, building on 8 key skills  : Communication, confidence, Financial Capability, Initiative, Teamwork, Organisation, Problem Solving and Resilience

If you would like to learn more about supporting Young Enterprise, we are having a Launch Event on Wednesday 16th January 19 at Stephens Scown, Curzon House, Southernhay West, Exeter EX1 1RS 1730 – 1900 hours

 

Speakers include: 

Tom Whelan – AquaPhysical  
In just 4 years Tom and his wife transformed their ground-breaking business idea into a worldwide brand. AquaPhysical is now the market leaders and inventors of the world’s first fitness float.

Louise Fellows – Director (Public Sector) UK&I at VMware and Young Enterprise Chair 
VMware is the industry-leading virtualisation software company which empowers organisations to innovate and thrive by streamlining IT operations. Louise is a national business leader with more than 25 years’ experience within the ICT/Telecoms industry

 

Please contact Marian Weston, YE Area Manager on email: marian.weston@y-e.org.uk or tel 07817 408434

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