Scholify provides a free platform for young people to interact and collaborate on academic and educational-themed topics, allowing them to create spaces in which to work on group projects and discuss ideas related to their studies with the wider community.
Fred Clough of Scholify.
Starting as a small project to encourage collaboration among groups of bright young minds, the mission of Scholify.com is now somewhat bolder - to nourish and enrich the minds of its generation. Scholify.com aims to be a site allowing academic practice without boundaries and unlimited access to information for the most gifted and motivated students.
There is no reason why a business shouldn't enter the Shell LiveWIRE Awards. They don't take long to enter and the benefits are endless. Being a part of the Shell LiveWIRE community is invaluable and it has helped my business significantly.
Sam Etherington won a Shell LiveWIRE Grand Ideas Award in 2014, for his business Aqua Power Technologies, before going on to be shortlisted for the 2014 Shell LiveWIRE Young Entrepreneur of the Year Award, where he won the £5,000 Future Impact Award.
Shell last night awarded a total of £180,000 of equity free funding to Carlton Cummins from Aceleron and Upside Energy as the national winners of Shell Springboard and Shell LiveWIRE. With a total of £440,000 in funding available in 2017, the programmes are designed to recognise and reward the most innovative UK low-carbon businesses and the most inspirational young sustainability entrepreneurs.