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UK charity Founders4Schools connects businesses to young people who want to develop their employability skills and deliver real commercial value
EY and other professional service businesses who have Founders4Schools (F4S), celebrate the success of its latest Digital Boost initiative
Leading online resource for the travel industry announces the launch of our partnership with World is a Village to showcase language learning as an important skill for young people to invest in for their future career.
Our partnership with World is a Village to highlight the importance of language learning as a key career skill is covered by a leading magazine for entrepreneurs and innovators.
Small and medium-sized businesses across Greater Manchester are set to benefit from a vital free support programme to improve their digital presence thanks to a new collaboration between GC Business Growth Hub and Digital Boost.
Award-winning educational-tech charity @Founders4Schools and leading social learning platform @FutureLearn have joined forces...
We are very pleased to announce our new partnership with Founders4Schools – an organisation which connects business leaders with local schools to increase social mobility.
Cambridge duo Sherry Coutu and Poppy Gustafsson scooped major accolades in Veuve Clicquot’s Business Women Awards 2019 at a sparkling event in Kensington last night.
Companies with a social conscience are on the rise, proving that profit and purpose can co-exist in the pursuit of success
On National Numeracy Day, the great school gender divide and how it multiplies in adult life
Founders4Schools’ Workfinder platform enables young people aged 16 to 24 to search and apply for work experience placements in growing businesses, helping to level the playing field for those who do not have parental connections.
LONDON – 11 March 2019 – 100 Women in Finance (“100WF”), a global, practitioner-driven, non-profit organization that serves more than 15,000 professionals in the finance and alternative investment industries, today announces that it will support Founders4Schools’ ‘Maths4Girls’ program as the beneficiary of its 2019 UK philanthropic initiatives.
An analysis of companies run by women that turned over between £1m and £250m in 2017 details how businesses in the South West had a median growth of 26%, ahead of London-based enterprises which grew at 25%.
To celebrate International Women’s Day, Women’s Network Forum and Founders4Schools participated in London Stock Exchange’s Market Open ceremony today.
One in eight women in the UK wants to start their own business, but when asked what is holding them back, many cite the lack of female role models as a key barrier.
Fast-growth businesses are vital to the success of the UK economy. While ambitious startups bootstrap their ideas to the market -with perhaps just a handful of employees on their books – and corporate businesses focus on finding efficiencies and cutting staff, it is the scale-ups who are recruiting and creating jobs.