YOU MAKE IT event - Unleash your full potential

We are very happy to announce that You Make It is partnering with Kiwi Gray (http://www.kiwigray.com/) on a fantastic event , which will be hosted at Publicis.Sapient on Wednesday 8th August 2018.

 

Generation Z has never lived in a time where the internet did not exist. We’ll share some fascinating insights from a new study from WP Engine and the Center for Generational Kinetics showing how Gen Z uses digital experiences differently. This event sets the scene for the next generation, exploring the opportunities and threats ahead of them and what they need to be successful in life and in business. You’ll hear some inspirational stories of those who have achieved their dreams despite all odds and take away some practical advice that could change your fortunes.

The event aims to raise awareness for a great organisation called You Make It and help them achieve their crowdfunding ambition of £50k. You Make It is a charity who urgently needs your support to continue transforming the life chances of young marginalised women in London.

You Make It risks closing in 2019 - this would be doing a total injustice to the women we help. Don't let this happen - donate now and claim an amazing reward in the process: https://www.crowdfunder.co.uk/you-make-it

 

Book your ticket on https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/you-make-it-unleash-your-full-potential-tickets-48350442475

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I’m incredibly aware that I was very fortunate in my early career and I want to help others access the same chances I was given.
Helen Searl, Trustee