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Enfuse Schools New Dates

In the UK young people will work for 50 years! That’s half a century before you can retire!

Are you the person who wants to do something they don’t enjoy for half century?

No! We thought not.

We’re young people who have developed Enfuse Schools after working with experts and 10,000 young people in 4 countries over the pass 24 months. 

Enfuse Schools takes young people like you (13-17/18-25) through interactive workshops, igniting your enthusiasm for your career and life mission.

So you can begin to love what you do and do what you love!  

If you have a burning idea and want to turn it into a reality or simply want a no nonsense guide to building the attitudes and skills which will land your dream career, then Enfuse School is for you!

Grab Your Limited Place Today

  • Discover how you can take your ideas and ambition forward,
  • Meet like-minded people,
  • Add a certified experience to your CV
  • Access brilliant career resources worth £££’s
  • Most important have fun whilst achieving!

Choose the programme which is right for you!

Each programme covers a wide range of topics from the promotion of self-employment and the development of businesses. To developing an ‘enterprising mindset'( In other words. How to create opportunities and make them happen) enabling you to stand out in the world of work.

  1. Mission Possible – Be Your Own Boss ( 14th and 28th of April 2012)
  2. The Employable (May 2012)
  3. The Fusebox – Ignite the Career of Your Dreams (June 2012)
Grab your application form or get your burning questions answered by emailing yuliana@enfuseyouth.com  

Yuliana Seymour – Programme Director – Enfuse Schools

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Student Sales Competition at Telenomics

Good opportunity for an internship!

The Role

The Competition Framework

Telenomics is an award-winning, fast-growing O2 franchisee and we’re looking for 30 ambitious and enterprising London based students to take part in an entrepreneurial sales based competition.

The competition is designed to run for approximately 2 months during which the 30 accepted students will get the chance to sell an exclusively discounted student mobile offer into their peer network.  Telenomics is offering a generous per connection commission of £15 which based on average performance could result in a total earning per competitor of £1200.   During the challenge you will receive sales training, marketing support as well as mentoring from the company directors to enable you to achieve your maximum potential.

Upon conclusion of the challenge, the top performing individual will be awarded the tittle of “Telenomics O2 Workshop Student Entrepreneur of the Year 2011”.  Two summer internships will also be awarded to the top performers of the challenge.

Required Skills

The Internship

We’re looking for entrepreneurial students who can combine business acumen with marketing expertise and launch a student focused sales campaign, to their peers.  As well as generous sales commission for taking part in the Telenomics/O2 Challenge, the winners will join us for a paid summer internship.

The internship, which will take place this summer, will have exposure to our B2B social media strategy, Retail marketing plan, O2 Open, and new business development.  The interns will have direct access to each of the directors and have a chance to shadow the Telenomics Retail Director.

If this sounds like your sort of thing, please apply through enternships.com and send us your C.V.

To apply, you need to be a London based student and available to take part in the Enternship opportunity alongside your studies, from March.


About Telenomics

About Telenomics

Telenomics was founded in 2007 by 3 entrepreneurs: Adarsh Radia, Amar Radia and Asad Hamir.

Telenomics is an O2 Gold Business Partner since 2010 and winners of the 2011 British Franchise Association (BFA) Franchisee of the Year (London). Additional accolades include: O2 Enterprise Award 2010, O2 Entrepreneur of the Year 2009, O2 Franchisee of the Year 2008.

With the support of O2, Telenomics have created the first O2 Workshop which is based on Tottenham Court Road, London. This is a revolutionary concept that bridges the gap between small business and the traditional retail offering – it is a space to work, meet, network, develop as a business.

If you want to apply to this job, visit: http://www.enternships.com/en/enternships/5328-telenomics-o2-student-sales-competition-telenomics?utm_source=Enterns&utm_campaign=b1988d5c62-Candidate_mailing_list_27_February_2012_enterns&utm_medium=email

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How to start up your business in University

Many would agree that the best years in life are actually during our University life. Therefore, it would be a waste if one were to sail through the 4 years of university life in a mundane way.


1. Do something. Anything.

So if you are still in University, do something, anything. Seth Godin too puts it in his recent interview that you have to pick yourself:  “You want publish a book, publish it. You want to sing a song, sing it. You want to start a movement, start it.”  Mark Twain has my favourite quotes of all time, which I always remind myself:  “Twenty years from now you will be more disappointed by the things that you didn’t do than by the ones you did do. So throw off the bowlines. Sail away from the safe harbor. Catch the trade winds in your sails. Explore. Dream. Discover.”

2. Get out of your comfort zone and meet more people

Most of us are preprogrammed to be in our comfort zone because we are brought up that way. When we are in university, it is common for us to stick with a bunch of friends where we are comfortable with from our year 1 till our final year. What a lot of people don’t realize is that once you explore beyond your own social circle, there is a higher possibility to cross path with someone that shares the same ambition as you. Also, when you meet new people, you could share with them your ideas and get real customer validation. It is this spirit of stepping out of your comfort zone and meeting new people that will help kick start your business ideas.

3. Get a good Mentor

Another tip to getting started is to find a good mentor.  The role of the mentor is to give you advices from his own experiences as well as pointing you at the correct direction. Your mentor could also open up a few doors for you and introduce you to some key individuals in the community. With a mentor, mistakes that could be detrimental can be avoided. Of course, the question is, how do you find these mentors? One way is to go for events and talk to them. Don’t be afraid to approach these prospective mentors because they, like yourself, are usually comfortable in talking to people.

4. Just do it

Bravery is needed to have contrary opinions and to take unexpected paths. If you’re not courageous, you’re going to be hanging around the water cooler, talking about the guy who actually is. A lot of times its not because things are difficult that we dare not, it’s because we dare not that things are difficult. So if there is something that you want to do but you are held back, you should go ahead with it because there is really nothing to lose.

5. Read a lot

With the advancement of technology as well as the ease of information sharing on the web, it is crucial for us to get updated with what is happening around the web and around the world. This facilitates learning as well as sharing of information, leveraging on the wisdom of the crowd to know what works and what does not work. Reading a lot can also help identify trends and new business ideas and models which could be used to refine your startup idea.  Other than just reading, one should cultivate the habit of reading everyday because there are too much content on the web nowadays, and if you stop for one day, you would miss out quite a lot that is happening in the local community as well as the global community.

By Jacky Yap @jackyyapp
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Channel 4 Jobs


Channel 4 offers a number of initiatives to develop and support talented people at different stages of their careers, reflecting diverse Britain and a multi-platform industry.

We provide a way for talented people to get invaluable work experience in the media industry by providing you with the skills, experiences and attitudes you will need to work in the media.  There are various 4Talent programmes for you to get involved in from Work Experience, to one of our paid Internships.

By nurturing new talent and original ideas, Channel 4 gives you the chance to see the world differently and bring fresh perspectives to the world of the media, be it on our television screens or behind the scenes.

4 Talent Opportunities give you the chance to kickstart your career in the media.

For further information, visit this web site: http://jobs.channel4.com/pages/workexperienceProgramme.aspx?type=4

Don´t miss this crazy opportunity!

Enfuse team always has great opportunities for young people!

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Publishing Expo 2012 in London

Publishing Expo 2012 in London Earls Court is a unique opportunity to update yourself with the whole thing in the substantial publishing industry. It’s a large, cut-throat and progressive business. Today, business models and fresh technologies are continuously evolving and busy publishing experts often have difficulty staying abreast of all of the most modern products, ideas and services on hand.

Publishing Expo ’12 in London Earls Court, with its interactive seminar programme, is the great answer. It provides a one-off opportunity to find out what’s available and what’s new, to build fresh and existing relationships, generate business and network with field professionals. Publishing Expo London is wonderful because all your aims can be met in a day, under one cover at Earls Court London. Organised by a team of ex-publishers with the help of several top-notch industry professionals, it is especially designed to deliver effective and relevant benefits whilst providing a pleasant, invigorating industry gathering.

Publishing Expo ’12 in London Earls Court is a pivotal event for everyone in the process of producing magazines, newsletters, newspapers, directories, brochures, catalogues and corporate literature, both in print and electronically. Publishing Expo London presents the latest ideas, contacts, products, services and solutions to enable publishing teams to compete strongly in their markets.

Don’t miss out on your chance to gain valuable industry knowledge and relationships at Publishing Expo in London Earls Court.

28th – 29th February 2012

Earls Court 2, Warwick Road, London, SW5 9TA
Telephone: +44 (0) 20 7921 8566

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TeenBiz is the UK’s first business start up scheme aimed at teens 13-18


Launching 1st November, to coincide with Global Entrepreneurship week www.gew.org.uk.

From the 1st January every month two students* will receive up to £500 start up funding, a business mentor and a start up pack. We’re calling it ‘Business in a Box’ which will give students items they need to do business for real; for example Companies House set up, business cards, a website, a stationery voucher, office space, USB sticks, logo design, legal advice and virtual PA service. Winners will also receive a Natwest Business Bank Account.

TeenBiz aims to provide talented entrepreneurs a step on the ladder and over the next 3 years we aim to help 100 new businesses.

Very good opportunity for young people to start up funding! You can apply here: http://www.teenbiz.org.uk/#

Applicants are reviewed by the TeenBiz team on a monthly basis and five short listed applicants are passed to the sponsor who will then choose the winner. Awards start from the 1st of January 2012.

Don´t miss it!


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Clubs for young people!

Good place for all of you that want to have some fun in a great environment.


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London expedition. Chapter 1: the reasons

Chapter 1. The reasons
By Borja Alonso (Enfuse Youth Social Media Manager)

My name is Borja Alonso and I am the social media manager of Enfuse youth. Our mission is to transform young people passion/enthusiasm into a career they will love. However, today let’s forget about job descriptions as self descriptions, I am writing to tell you how I landed here and why.

As most of you know, Spain is a great country: good weather, friendly people, excellent Mediterranean food, the best football league over the world (Liga BBVA), maybe one of the best western Europe places to go on holidays… Apart from that, nowadays Spain is chasing the highest unemployment ratio ever in its history.  As some resources reveal BBC World News Spain is overtaking 5 million of unemployed workers.

Anyhow, it is not all truth. Since I have knowledge about economic themes: educators, politicians, people around coffee gatherings, … assume that in Spain there is something called “black economy”. This means that some of the business deals are done in the background scenario, so that, the Government can´t count them or even notice they exist. This “businesses” are not paying any tax, VAT or having any kind of security support. A simple example to clarify this point could be the cleaning ladies, plumbers, locksmiths,… These services provided by workers are well known as “black economy” examples. They go to your house to do their stuff and they normally won´t charge you any tax or vat, they will just give you an illegal ticket with no validity.

Ultimately, the unemployment crisis is not that all. Speaking about small deals, who is going to care? But, what about big deals? Those that moves millions of euros, don´t you think controlling this could save lots of job positions? I totally agree. But who is guilty? The Government maybe?

The ‘Black Economy’ applies to the minority, in spite of this fact, the crisis is out there and many families are suffering.

But what are the real reasons for this crisis?

At an international level, this crisis comes from the global recession fuelled from US Sub prime loans.

In addition we also had, and still having, an internal building crisis. As it happened in Netherlands with the tulip crisis or Tulip Mania in 1637. The tulips reached very high prices levels and then suddenly collapsed, they even overtook home prices. This is more or less what happened in Spain in the construction industry.  It became a situation where people could not deal with payments, so this crashed in a chain reaction affecting almost everyone, sooner or later.

These are the reasons why this unemployment peak currently exists in Spain and that´s why I came here, looking for place to live and work.

You may have noticed that there are many young Spanish people in the city of London.Don´t worry we, usually, don´t bite people =). The other day I read an article from a Spanish paper saying that a 25% of 20-25 years old workers have migrated to other countries in order to find a good job. Their favourites destinations were Germany and UK, amongst others.

So here are some details of why Spanish people have to go out there and find an alternative way to survive within this crisis. In terms of how are going to react those hosting countries, no worries, we are very qualified workers. And, for sure, some Spanish warm culture will be welcomed in these countries. And that´s why I landed in Enfuse Youth, where I am doing my best in the social media management and how to adapt the Spanish market thinking into the English one, which is much developed in some fields.  In next episodes I will explain more deeply how did I end in Enfuse youth, how long did take me to find a job in London and what is my feedback so far.


Chapter 2. The HOW

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If your an educator looking for new challenges, follow the link: www.eteach.com


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Welcome to the Enfuse Youth Team Blog. Here you’ll be able to keep up with the action on the ground as a small, young and dynamic team look to transform career development. Promises to be an exciting journey. Stay tuned.

Warm Regards,

Andre Campbell FRSA

Founder | Managing Director

Enfuse Youth


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