Here at Startacus, we are still learning, and in terms of self starter experience, we are still students of our art, or apprentices to our trade, as it were.
In fact we are firm believers that you should never stop learning! With this in mind, we have been avidly following the updates about all that will be happening at the upcoming Youth Enterprise Live with great interest.
Youth Enterprise Live is an event that brings together the key topics of education, employability and enterprise and offers them to the masses, in one place (Earls Court) over a two day period (12/13 October). As the name would suggest, the target audience for the event is those aged between 15-30 and is aimed at providing the ‘young ones’ a chance to experience, learn and be inspired in either improving their employability or doing their own thing and starting their own business.
Since these are subjects close to the heart of both Startacus and our sister site, TheEmployable, it is no surprise that we will be taking a stroll through the exhibition aisles ourselves both to see what is on offer, as well as exploring what might be out there to help all our Startacus members. We’re also going to be keen to find out if the exhibition walks the walk, as much as it talks the talk!
It’s a bold ambition to target education, employability and enterprise at one event, so we wish the organisers well with this exciting show, and look forward to hopefully meeting a few fellow self starters at the event itself...
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