Finance · 6 September 2018

APPLY NOW: Red Bull to launch mentorship programme for UK young entrepreneurs

The energy drinks brand plans to give a platform and mentorship to the enterprising social innovators from diverse backgrounds, as itwants to help young people who have ideas to make a difference to their communities, at a local level and beyond.

Up to 90 talented young social entrepreneurs will be selected to be mentored and developed by some of the brightest thought leaders and visionaries across all sectors of business and creative industries.

There will be over three weekend bootcamps in Glasgow (October 20/21), Bradford (October 27/28) and London (November 3/4).

Amaphiko, which is Zulu for wings, first launched in South Africa in 2014. It has already supported over 120 social ventures through events and academies.

The bootcamps will help connect young innovators with established social entrepreneurs who can help turn their ideas into a viable and sustainable social enterprise model.

From hard skills such as registering a business, putting together a business plan and fundraising, there will also be workshops on storytelling, lessons on how to build a brand, engage with audiences and manage digital and social content.

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