Enterprise with Meaning
On the 14th November, the team behind The Bevy are hosting an event as part of the Meaning Conference to inspire young people to make social change in enterprise.
If you’re passionate about social change and are a young person aged 16-25, student, or participating in StartUp Sussex or the Social Impact Prize, this event is not to be missed. Additionally, if you or someone you know works with someone who strives to better the world, then make sure they're attending - this space will help ignite ambitions and inform young people of the resources available.
This event will inform young people how they can get funding and support to make their dreams of social change a reality.
The team will be showcasing a whole range of local social enterprises. There will also be a chance to chat to the founders of these social enterprises, such as:
- Tom Druitt – who has fuelled buses by chip oil
- Molly Mathieson – who has started the New Note Orchestra, changing the lives of people recovering from addiction
- Tim Holtam – who has started a table tennis club which also teaches maths
If you are aged 16 to 25 and want to build a better and brighter future, make sure you come along to this activity-filled, fun and enlightening day.
There will be chances to:
- Hear from and meet some of Brighton & Hove’s successful social enterprises and supporters, such as Sam Leach from Spark: York who was a UnLtd Award Winner
- Find out about UnLtd’s Spaces4Change awards which can support peoples ideas
- Have entertainment from ground-breaking musical organisations and the Brighton Table Tennis Club
- Try free food and drink