Every year, 250,000 young people in the United Kingdom take part in programmes run by the charity, Young Enterprise. They have one vision: to inspire and equip young people to learn and succeed through enterprise.
Young Enterprise has changed the lives of millions of people since it was established in 1962.
Young entrepreneur, Amber Atherton, founder of My Flash Trash and named 5th most powerful person in Vogue’s Digital Power List, started her business ventures at the age of 11. We are thrilled that Amber will be taking to stage at Adobe Summit on May 14, as part of the opening keynote, ‘The Reinvention of Marketing’.
If you would like to support Young Enterprise and the next generation of entrepreneurs please join our Tweet of Charity campaign. For every tweet that includes the #AdobeSummit hashtag during Amber’s time on stage, Adobe will donate £2 to Young Enterprise.
We will be doing the same tweet for Tweet for Charity campaign when Justin (JC) Coghlan, co-founder of Movember, will be on stage as part of the ‘Marketing in a Digital Age’ keynote on May 15.
Movember has changed the face of men’s health since 2003 and the 4 million ‘Mo Bros’ and ‘Mo Sistas’ across 21 countries have raised £345 million for prostate and testicular cancer and we’re delighted to support such a charity.
Same rules apply: for every tweet that includes the #AdobeSummit hashtag during JC’s time on stage, Adobe will donate £2 to Movember.
If you’re unable to make it to Summit, you can watch on your laptop, mobile or tablet by registering for Summit Live.