The STEM sector is one that is known to have a significant under representation of women. Although businesses are working to improve diversity across all sectors of business, gender numbers haven’t changed much since - and the situation is even direr when we talk about women starting businesses within the sector.
Every year, the Shell LiveWIRE and Shell Springboard programmes recognise and award ground-breaking UK entrepreneurs helping to accelerate the move to a sustainable, low-carbon future. And this year is no exception.
In 2015, the United Nations launched the Sustainable Development Goals for the next 15 years.
Meet the six finalists for the 2016 Shell LiveWIRE Young Entrepreneur of the Year Award.
Fast and furious, that’s the pace of enterprise for the young generation today. We are now seeing more and more young entrepreneurs appear in global Rich Lists and it’s worth noting the pace and direction of this movement and what sectors they are in.
Karina Sudenyte won a Shell LiveWIRE Smarter Future Award in January 2017 for her business, Wonky Drinks.
Generation Y has often been misunderstood. Sometimes perceived as being ‘soft’ , they’ve been accused of being unequipped for adulthood because they perhaps never had to use a handsaw or maybe can’t identify an answering machine if you put it in front of them.
Elena Dieckmann and Ryan Robinson, won a Shell LiveWIRE Smarter Future Award in 2016 for their business AEROPOWDER which they co-founded whilst at university.
Why do some companies succeed where others fail? Michael Murray, from NVP Energy, the Shell Springboard 2016 regional winner, talks about his entrepreneurial journey and gives his top-tips for new businesses.
These five young entrepreneurs have been shortlisted for the Shell LiveWIRE Smarter Future Programme for the month of February!
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