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Millennials Rise to the Challenge: 9 Start-ups that are engineering the future

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.

Revive Eco is January's Featured Business of the Month

Fergus Moore won a Shell LiveWIRE Smarter Future Award in 2016 for his business Revive Eco, which he co-founded with Scott Kennedy and Rebecca Richardson.

Funding and Scaling-up Tips with NVP Energy (Posted by Michael Murray)

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.

December 2016 Shell LiveWIRE Smarter Future Programme Shortlist Announced!

These five young entrepreneurs have been shortlisted for the Shell LiveWIRE Smarter Future Programme for the month of December!

A Year in the Life of an Entrepreneur (Posted by Tom Robinson)

Almost a year on from being crowned the 2015 Shell LiveWIRE Young Entrepreneur of the Year, Tom Robinson, Founder of Adaptavate, shares his experiences in starting-up a business.

Sylvia Sun Wins November's Shell LiveWIRE Smarter Future Award!

Sylvia Sun won November’s Shell LiveWIRE Smarter Future Award for her business, GreenRide Sharing.

Technology - a new approach to solving food waste (Posted by FoodCloud)

FoodCloud was founded because the world needs a FoodCloud.

Spotlight on October's Shell LiveWIRE Smarter Future Programme winner, Haidin Rashid, founder of Materialize.X

Haidin Rashid won a Shell LiveWIRE Smarter Future Award in October 2016 for his business, Materialize.X.

Can aquaponic urban farming bring food waste to a halt? (Posted by GrowUp Urban Farms)

Fish feces is full of nutrients – in particular, it’s high in ammonia, which is converted into nitrogen and is very useful for plants. From using fish feces as nutrients for our plants, to recirculating the water in our aquaponics system, we work on the principle that waste never truly gets ‘thrown away’.

GreenPad Enterprise is December's Featured Business of the Month

Zak Ajia won a Shell LiveWIRE Smarter Future Award for his business GreenPad Enterprise, which he started after graduating, in December 2015.