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Business Entrepreneurs and Famous Young Entrepreneurs
Room54 work with many famous business entrepreneurs from all walks of commerce. We are also proud to be working with many of the young business entrepreneurs who are modelling our future. These young business entrepreneurs are so exciting – with passion they believe anyone can start a successful business and with today’s technology now is one of the best times to start. Both our business entrepreneurs and young business entrepreneur’s talks include the leadership qualities needed to start your own business, management skills require and how to build and motivate strong and loyal teams.
A passion for coffee and a fighting entrepreneurial spirit lead Sahar Hashemi to leave a City legal career to start up the highly successful business, Coffee Republic. With her brother, Sahar overcame numerous obstacles to run what turned out to be a mulit-million pound success story. Now a sought-after business adviser and professional speaker, Sahar’s talks take you on an inspirational journey, highlighting the skills and qualities needed to start a business and above all, tell of the fun she had along the way.
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Sales and People Management Expert, TV presenter, Columnist and Author and star of "The Apprentice"
Shaa Wasmund is a one of Britain's most widely regarded digital entrepreneurs.
The Apprentice Winner, awarded an MBE in 2012, has now left Amstrad to start his own male grooming business and The Bright Ideas Trust. He says that Sir Alan had been "inspirational" and taught him "how to take risks’ and, more importantly, ‘he has built my self-confidence and taught me practical skills that have helped me to look at new challenges."
See Tim talk about how he became an accidental entrepreneur:
Multi-award-winning entrepreneur Zoe Jackson set up the Living the Dream performing arts company at the age of 16 in 2006 to inspire young people