Joanne Frearson talks to Emma Sinclair, one of the nominees shortlisted for the UCL/Business Reporter award, about how there’s more to entrepreneurship than business.
EnterpriseJungle join hundreds of Britain’s most successful start-up founders to lobby the Prime Minister to shelve plans to clamp down on skilled migrants and why the immigration clampdown will hurt UK technology start-ups.
EnterpriseJungle’s co-founder Emma Sinclair on why further education can foster entrepreneurial thinking.
Two hundred posters are appearing on the London Underground today, all of which have been purchased by female entrepreneurs and woman-led start-ups in the UK, to support MicroLoan Foundation – the charity that enables women in Malawi and Zambia to work their way out of poverty. Four of those belong to enterprise software company EnterpriseJungle.
Entrepreneur Emma Sinclair, the youngest person to float a company on the London Stock Exchange, was selected by UNICEF to become the first UK Business Mentor to take part in the Building Young Futures programme run in partnership with Barclays. The programme aims to help young people become entrepreneurs. Emma reflects on her recent trip to rural Zambia.
This week is Global Entrepreneurship Week. Entrepreneur Emma Sinclair, the youngest person to float a company on the London Stock Exchange and newly appointed UNICEF UK Business Mentor, reflects on how a trip to rural Zambia reinforced how business really can change the world.
Notable start-ups with fast-growing products and businesses including EnterpriseJungle’s Emma Sinclair take the stage to talk about traction and how they got it.
UK entrepreneur Emma Sinclair, UNICEF’s first business mentor, meets budding business owners with the Building Young Futures Programme in Zambia.
Entrepreneur Emma Sinclair on the amazing opportunities that can open up to you when you overcome your nerves and embrace the art of public speaking.
As the first global Women’s Entrepreneurship Day launches, Emma Sinclair reminds us there’s no ‘typical’ image of a female entrepreneur and says that – for women in remote parts of the world – being self-sufficient in business is a matter of life or death.