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Future 100 Young Social Entrepreneurs for 2011

15 October 2011
Photo of the Future 100 awards ceremony 2009

The Future 100 awards ceremony in 2009

The Future 100 Awards recognises the achievements of young people aged 18-35 who are demonstrating entrepreneurial flair and innovation in running a responsible business venture. Apply online: www.future100.co.uk

The search is on to find 100 young social entrepreneurs who are running a business, to tackle some of society's biggest issues such as climate change, poverty, economic deprivation, equality and health. 

The Future 100 Awards are designed to recognise the achievements of young people aged 18-35 years old who are demonstrating entrepreneurial flair and innovation in running a responsible business venture. The winners will need to demonstrate a balance between economic, environmental and social goals in their quest to achieve business success. 
 
The winners will receive a package of support, including media training, networking opportunities and business support to help them grow their business.
 

Anna Freedman, founder of Wholefood Harmony, which won the award last year, said: 'The Future 100 Award has given Wholefood Harmony and I a unique appeal. People notice our award and feel immediately assured, intrigued and drawn to our offering.'

She added: 'Through our listing on the Future 100 Ethical Entrepreneurs list, we met new clients. We have also been discovered on the list by the media and have been included in other features including the Real Business Top 30 Young Entrepreneur List and Red Magazine Top Under 30 Young Professionals List.'
 
To find out more about the awards, visit www.future100.co.uk 
 
The Future 100 Awards is organised by Striding Out www.stridingout.co.uk, a social enterprise which is committed to supporting the development and growth of ethical entrepreneurs.
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