Deadline: 31st July 2017
The AdamStart Entrepreneurship Challenge is an annual initiative organized by 24-year-old social entrepreneur Adam Bradford.
Adam, who is autistic, started his first business in his hometown of Sheffield aged 14 through a local school enterprise competition. He believes passionately in the power of entrepreneurship to unlock talent and help young people become resilient, self-sustaining citizens who can do good in the world.
The challenge itself is open to young people aged 18-29 years old who have a new business idea they would like to launch.
- The competition rewards one young person each year and the pitching process is competitive.
- Last year, over 30 countries were represented in the applications.
- The initiative has been praised by the UK Government and gives one lucky young person up to £1000 as a cash grant towards their start-up, business mentoring support and unparalleled access to networks and media opportunities.
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