"Matt - great to chat on the phone. I am in and looking forward to helping out in anyway myself and/or The Small Business Consultancy CIC can too.
Will be meeting Sushila tomorrow - and will keep you posted. As you can see I am now signed into this…"
This is a group to discuss and make progress on the proposal for a fellowship-led youth linking initiative.Mobilising the FRSA to link, in a structured way, with young people in order to provide information, advice, guidance and support.The broad outline is to build a network of young people, and tap into existing networks, creating an active link, both live and online, between young people and the FRSA.The motivation and focus for bringing these groups together is to: 1). develop a structured…See More
Amar is the founder and Managing Director of The Small Business Consultancy. A passionate young social entrepreneur, Amar has a unique style and charisma that engages and draws people toward success. Having triumphed over much adversity in life, Amar has built this social enterprise to give something back to the community and has dedicated his life to supporting those in need. An alumni of the prestigious Cass Business School Amar has sat on various steering groups including the Cass Entrepreneurs Network.
Amar's experience began from being long-term unemployed to working with entrepreneurs and being part of Channel 4's Make Me a Million documentary and then being employed in senior sales roles to turn around failing businesses. As well as heading up The Small Business Consultancy, Amar is also a philanthropist, volunteers on many social regeneration related projects and also invests in young entrepreneurs and their start-up businesses.
Amar is a regular public speaker on social entrepreneurship and enterprise and sits on the board of the undergraduate Business Studies and Management degrees at Cass Business School where he has a scholarship fund supporting two students from income deprived backgrounds every year to study a Business Studies or Management degree, during which scholars receive free mentoring from Amar and internships within The Small Business Consultancy.
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