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Ideas mean business: introducing the young innovators

This brochure introduces the 24 winning ideas of Innovate UK’s campaign to engage and support young innovators, run in partnership with The Prince’s Trust.

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Ideas mean business: introducing the young innovators

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Ideas mean business is Innovate UK’s campaign with The Prince’s Trust to engage and inspire young people from any background to innovate and be successful.

In early 2018 we ran a competition for 18 to 30-year-olds with ideas for new products and services to help get these off the ground.

The young people in this brochure are the 24 winning ideas from the competition. You can find out about their bright ideas, goals for the future, and how they hope to make a difference to their communities.

Young innovators video

The Young Innovators

Meet some of the young innovators

The 3 founders of tech start-up Halalivery.
Rawan Abu-Ishira (26), Amur Anzorov (24) and Tawfiq Abu-Khajil (22) - founders of Halalivery.
Carolina Jobb, the founder of Smoke and Mirrors London.
Carolina Jobb, founder of Smoke and Mirrors with her product - a utility belt for backstage professionals.
Sylvester Ologbenla, winner of support through the young innovators' programme.
Sylvester Ologbenla, who plans to use electrical impulses to rehabilitate injured athletes.
Published 5 June 2018