Youth Entrepreneurship

Digital Enterprise: New Rules Apply for Entrepreneurs of the Future

Annika Small | Posted 01.07.2014 | UK Universities & Education
Annika Small

The UK is on the brink of a sea change. When it comes to starting a business, technology has levelled the playing field, opening up new opportunities for young people to drive change. More than half of those in the UK aged 18-25 want to set up their own business and almost one in six are now in the process of doing so, compared with less than one in ten only a year ago.

Britain: Entrepreneurship Hub or Bubble?

George Georgiopoulos | Posted 23.01.2014 | UK Tech
George Georgiopoulos

While working as a consultant in London a few years ago, I remember it as a "suit city" like New York. However, over the past two years, a lot of investment has been committed to change this - as evidenced by the Sirius Programme. This shows that the British government is taking this movement sirius-ly and will support its growth over the coming years.

Why We're Fighting to Find Britain's 'Lost Generation'

Matt Bamford-Bowes | Posted 07.01.2013 | UK Universities & Education
Matt Bamford-Bowes

Youth. Our British youth. Our future. They are lost and will remain lost because the government refuses to see the impact before its too late. But they don't need us to give them the same map that we used.