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A busy day for our Youthquake stars

It’s a busy day for two of our Youthquake learners, Jamie-Leigh and Charlotte, today as the TLF team get ready for the Good Business Festival’s event!

Radio stars…

Charlotte joined our Managing Director, Joanne Abraham, in an interview for Paul Salt’s breakfast show on BBC Radio Merseyside this morning!  Discussing all things Youthquake, Jo talked about how our Youthquake programme embodies the positive ethos of The Good Business Festival, making talent shine for young people on our region whilst providing practical good business training so learners can be part of a global movement for good!  Charlotte spoke about her journey on the Youthquake programme, telling listeners about her background, how she got involved, her team’s business idea, and how Youthquake has helped her!

You can listen to our two TLF radio stars via BBC Sounds here, from 2:22:22!

Stage stars…

The excitement of today doesn’t stop there for our media personalities!  Charlotte and Jamie-Leigh will both be on stage at The Good Business Festival’s event at ACC Liverpool, Change Business for Good!  They’ll be taking the mic with Garth Dallas, Head of Collaborations for the Good Business Festival, to discuss their Youthquake experience and how their business ideas will be part of the movement for good and solve real community issues.

Get involved with Youthquake

Youthquake is a chance to unleash your inner entrepreneur, joining the movement to use business as a global tool for good and making a difference to your community.

It’s an 18 week FREE programme for 16-24 year olds in the Liverpool City Region delivered by The Learning Foundry in partnership with The Good Business Festival, the Liverpool City Region Combined Authority and the Regenda Group.

It's all about giving you first-hand experience of planning and running a business. You'll get the chance to come together with others to explore local issues and come up with a business plan. 

Youthquake is not just a training programme, it is a unique platform allowing learners first-hand access to key business leaders across the region.  The Good Business Festival is a global movement for good, and with Youthquake you can be part of the change. Get ready for your future career, and have your voice heard!

Our next programme starts on Friday 30th April, so be quick!  Apply now and change business for good!

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