Something I often hear when chatting to the awesome movers & shakers at our events is “I wish my son could have seen this” or “This should be taught in schools”. They’re damn right.
So for our next Brand Accelerator events in Melbourne and Sydney we’re inviting those between the ages of 16 to 25 to attend free of charge.
Daniel Flynn was 19 when he formed the Social Enterprise ‘Thankyou’ water. It’s now responsible for raising over $2.5 million and provided over 150,000 people access to drinking water.
Brad Smith, 2010 young Australian of the year, founded the Braaap (the motorcross equivalent of a surfshop) when he was 21. It’s the 3 time Australian Specialised business of the year and donning partnerships with NASCAR.
It kinda makes you hate them, right?
The business world we’ve known is rapidly changing. We’re in the midst of an Entrepreneur Revolution and it isn’t limited by age.
At Key Person of Influence we see a vision of a world full of entrepreneurs solving meaningful problems and the age of those game-changers is irrelevant.
While our events have never been closed off to younger participants, this is our step toward empowering the young adults of today with the tools and knowledge to play a bigger game in the entrepreneur revolution we’re experiencing.
The youth tickets for those 16 – 25 are now available on our site.
Tweet props to our Young Aussie entrepreneurs:
@danielmflynn founded @thankyou_group at 19 providing >150K with drinking water – legend. #youngentrepreneur #KPImethod
Power to #youngentrepreneurs – 3X Aus Specialist retailer of the yr @braaapster was founded by @braaap53 at 21 #KPImethod