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Want to run your own Startup Community?
by Startacus Admin
Want to run your own Startup Community? If the answer’s “YES” you might be in luck as the YES Network are on the hunt!
At Startacus we also recognize that apart from our own rockin’ platform there are a few other self starters out there doing top notch things for the startup and entrepreneurial scene. No favouritism here - we want everyone to know about the top places and spaces that they can use for startup support!
The YES Network, founded by 23 year old Carly Ward is one such place - and was built from scratch by Carly herself.
Sponsored by high profile law firm Mishcon de Reya and Dell, the YES Network launched in London in April 2011 and is the first membership based network for young entrepreneurs under the age of 35.
The YES Network has been set up to address the needs of young current and wannabe entrepreneurs so that they can grow together, share ideas and experiences and become super successful in life. Young entrepreneurs can meet up, make new connections and be inspired to develop themselves and their businesses. This is as much about making money as making new friends or even finding a business partner.
So we are happy to spread the word that Carly is looking for a young entrepreneur to take over the running of the YES network...
“...the YES Network are looking for a young entrepreneur to take over and run it as their own business possibly having equity shares and commision will be paid.
Lots of hard work and passion has already gone into building the network which gives any young ambitious person the perfect foundations to build on. If you are interested in this role and have a short CV you could send through so we can see more about your background that would be great. It doesn't have to be long just a couple of pages.
Be aware this is not a salaried job this will be like running your own business but the network has been going 2 years in London and has a great reputation so you are not working from scratch!”
Carly is happy to consider interested parties asap, so please contact [email protected] for all the finer details - this ain't no jobs board after all (hmmm..or not just yet - note to editor!) And finally, good luck to whoever gets this good opportunity.
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