If we have a price for the risk, we open up a new conversation to start investing in Future Talent in a different way.
6:30 – 7:00pm – Welcome drinks and opening statements.
7:00pm – Joining your table & group discussion on the talent crisis facing the industry.
7:30pm – 8:00pm – Choosing the importance of factors that inform your estimation.
8:00 – 8:30pm – Individual contribution of estimations to your table’s group estimation.
This report has been supported by Aviva…
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‘Trickle up economics’ is what we call our alternative to trickle down economics.
We pay students to work on the report. This allows us to entice a diverse set of students, not just the hand raisers.
Some students spend their money on birthday presents for friends, others spend their money to help their families. What they don’t do, is store it tax efficiently. That’s why we believe in trickle up economics.
Talent is everywhere. Opportunity is not. And it starts with work experience. By giving a diverse set of teenagers their first work experience and a reference, we help them through the first hoop.
These are the 21st century skills that our students need to develop in order to thrive in the world they inherit.
We teach them how to bring their ideas to life and share them with others.
Our Squad Leaders on this Time Machine report were both female. Rokeebat’s story is shared in detail in the report and shows how multiple interactions with Startup Sherpas develops gender diverse talent.
25% of our teenagers discover their own entrepreneurial spirit by taking part in the Time Machine SuperSquad, one of the programs they can partake in.
We get a 5x increase in the students desire to explore their own startups when they take part.