Mason Holden won a Shell LiveWIRE Smarter Future Award in early 2015 for his business Urbanminded. Urbanminded use product design, technology and data to help solve urban problems.
Zak Ajia won December’s Shell LiveWIRE Smarter Future Award for his business, GreenPad Enterprise.
Adam Routledge won November’s Shell LiveWIRE Smarter Future Award for his business, Edible Bug Farm.
Edwin Broni-Mensah started his business, GiveMeTap, whilst he was studying a PhD in Maths at the University of Manchester.
Michael McLeod won October’s Shell LiveWIRE Smarter Future Award for his business, Universal Resource Trading.
Bryn Powell, came up with the idea for his business, Containers Hostels, with his business partner Nick, after he graduated from the University of Leeds, where he studied Environmental Science.
Matthew McLaren won September’s Shell LiveWIRE Smarter Future Award for his business, Entomics.
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.
Meet the six finalists for the 2016 Shell LiveWIRE Young Entrepreneur of the Year Award.
Karina Sudenyte won a Shell LiveWIRE Smarter Future Award in January 2017 for her business, Wonky Drinks.
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.
These five young entrepreneurs have been shortlisted for the Shell LiveWIRE Smarter Future Programme for the month of February!
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