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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.
Dr Liz Jackson is a truly inspirational figure and her story is extraordinary; as many would have seen when she was featured in Channel 4’s Secret Millionaire programme. Since launching her telemarketing business, Great Guns Marketing, in 1998, the year she lost her eyesight, Liz and her company have gone from strength to strength with Great Guns growing at 30% per annum and boasting an impressive portfolio of clients from all types and sizes of companies.
Louis Barnett is a 20 year old entrepreneur, chocolatier and conservationist with a passion for producing products of the highest quality. Louis became the youngest ever supplier to Waitrose at 13, Sainsbury’s at 14 and Selfridges 15. Louis Barnett Chocolates currently supply to the Co-Op and distribute to many delicatessens and retail outlets throughout the UK. Louis Barnett Chocolates bars are now exported globally and the volumes are growing year on year,
London's leading retail marketing consultant
Michelle Mone Founder of Ultimo and winner of The Celebrity Apprentice 2009 said she had “expected to see Philip in the final if not win it all together”.
"Preethi duped the literary world by leading a double life as her own PR consultant to get her novel noticed. It paid off!" The Telegraph