Future 100 Winners R-S

Carl Roberts, co-founder of CK Decorators

CK Decorators specialise in using eco-friendly paint to fulfil their residential and commercial decorating contracts in Liverpool.

Find out more here www.ckdecorators.com


Zoe Robinson, founder of Think Style.

Think Style is a personal style and image consultancy for men and women specialising in ethical fashion.

Our aim is to revitalise your wardrobe, inject energy and creativity into your shopping experience and inspire your sense of style. We offer a number of services including: style consultations, colour analysis, personal shopping, wardrobe consultations and make-up advice.

Zoe is the new monthly ethical style columnist for www.stylebible.com‘s new Green Bible and is the personal style consultant for the exciting new GreenmyLIFEstyle service from www.greenmystyle.com and Eco Concierge 

Find out more here www.think-style.co.uk

Ruth Rogers, founder of The Society Monologues.

Body Gossip is the UK’s most inspirational and powerful campaign about body image.

Ruth Rogers has launched a beauty revolution.  She is collecting real people’s stories about their real bodies.  This is because realistic beauty needs celebrating and supporting.

A selection of these real stories are performed live onstage by celebrities to raise money and awareness for Beat.

Find out more here www.bodygossip.org

Kirstin Samuel, founder of MUMO.

MUMO Fabrics, born out of the MUMO ethical fashion brand, supplies, silks, cottons, latex, wool, recycled PET and ecological leathers which are both socially and environmentally sustainable.

MUMO’s concept has always been to change the industry from within: to work with established designers to improve the ethics of the industry. Now, ethical fashion is something that mainstream industry can be part of, and luxury fashion fabrics supplied by MUMO are helping to make this possible.

Find out more here www.mumo-uk.com

Daniel Sheridan, founder of Playmade Learning.

Play Made Learning is committed to inspiring and educating Primary school pupils through unique and innovative learning experiences based on the connected topics of responsible product design, renewable energy and sustainability. We work with children aged 5 – 13.

Our interactive assembly and workshop days and additional services offer PPA cover and support Design & Technology, Science, Art and Citizenship curriculum topics as well as helping to fulfil sustainability and environmental goals for schools.

Play Made Learning is part of PlayMade Energy.

Find out more here www.playmade.co.uk

Quinn Simpson, founder of the Akosia foundation.

Akosia funds and facilitates structured cultural projects for underprivileged children around the world who have had little exposure to the limitless possibilities of their own creativity.

We believe that children have all the answers, it is our job is to ask the right questions and to provide the necessary tools to create something that they can be proud of and that will inspire them in the future. We involve creative professionals -filmmakers, musicians, writers, artists – and teachers in our projects to build an environment in which the children are guided through a creative process using their own initiatives and ideas. 

The children learn practical skills through which they can express themselves and these skills help build their confidence, nurture their imagination and are with them for the rest of their lives.

Find out more here www.akosia.org 

Matt Smith, Director of NACUE

The National Consortium of University Entrepreneurs (NACUE) empowers, connects and represents university enterprise societies and student entrepreneurs to stimulate university enterprise. With the belief that university enterprise societies are an integral part of university enterprise networks – as they have the capacity to be incredible catalysts for enterprise and entrepreneurship – the National Consortium of University Entrepreneurs (NACUE) was conceptualised and catalyzed in the summer of 2008 Since its launch in May 2009, NACUE already engages over 50 university enterprise societies across the UK, representing in excess of 25,000 entrepreneurial students.

Find out more here www.nacue.com

Jack Smith, founder of Media Roots Ltd.

We develop video tutorial courses for software such as Adobe Photoshop and Dreamweaver. We license this content to schools and universities and also sell the courses as DVDs on Amazon.

We have developed initiatives to deliver our DVDs for free to computers being donated to Africa, thus we are aiming to educate those in 3rd world countries how to use mainstream software that is included on the computers to encourage enterprise themselves and hopefully give them new ways to make money.

 Find out more here www.mediaroots.co.uk

 Alex Sobel, founder of Social Enterprise Yorkshire and Humber.

 Formed in 2003, Social Enterprise Yorkshire and the Humber (SEYH) is the regional network for Social Enterprise and are recognised as its strategic body by the Regional Development Agency, Yorkshire Forward. Social Enterprise

SEYH recently moved from Community Interest Company by Shares to Company Limited by Guarantee status to broaden its membership base. SEYH’s core activities encompass the networking of social enterprises/social enterprise support agencies, provision of information to the sector and representing the sector to local, regional and national bodies including Government.

Find out more here www.seyh.org.uk

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