Over the last 25 years I have set up four businesses in the technology sector and have worked in a wide variety of roles in addition to that of CEO / CIO including consulting, managed services and product management. My latest business, Px3 (which stands for Planet, People and Productivity) helps organisations reduce their carbon emissions from IT and work travel.
These business leaders have been chosen because their companies are growing quickly.
The event was created by Anu Atewologun for 25 students aged 14 to 15 years old.
Inspire our students
Business leaders participate in a series of short, focused conversations about specific career questions and topics. Business leaders meet a limited number of mentees in 10-minute time slots each.
These encounters should be set up as a student-led, ‘carousel’-style activity, where groups of students move between different business leaders, with pre-prepared quick-fire questions.
Speed mentoring offers students the opportunity to ask meaningful questions to a range of different business leaders, to gain an insight into their working life and receive advice on the skills that are needed to be successful in today’s economy.