I have finally got around to ‘reading’ Startup TV magazine, which is now up to its tenth edition. It is a very modern combination of a digital magazine with videos embedded on each page.
In this issue they include an interview with Richard Reed of Innocent smoothies fame. He talks about his ‘Trojan horses’ to get healthy food (fruit and vegetables) into adults and children.
There is a set of number-one-tips from a range of successful entrepreneurs, which includes ‘be yourself, be the best you can be’.
Penny Power the creator of Ecademy talks about social media and building trust online.
And Claire Young discusses life after the Apprentice and her new project to help young girls in the UK.
Girls Out Loud is a UK based social enterprise set up in 2009 by serial entrepreneur and inspirational speaker/coach Jane Kenyon and business woman, Ambassador for enterprise and media personality Claire Young – with the aim to raise the aspirations of young girls between the ages of 13-18. Girls Out Loud facilitates intervention programmes in schools from one day to 3 months in duration.
Definitely recommended reading / viewing.