• Year Here featured on Woke

    1 February 2018

    Higher education is stuck in a traditional paradigm and we’re on a mission to shake things up.

  • The Hard Yard Featured in Time Out

    17 November 2017

    The Hard Yard – founded by Frankie Bennett (2015/16 Fellow) – which employs ex-offenders as trainers is described as one of the “truly redemptive sporting stories unfolding right now in London”.

     

  • Migrateful Featured in The Financial Times

    10 November 2017

    A profile of the work of Migrateful, the new supper club for migrants, founded by 2016/17 Fellows Jess Thompson and Giuliana Mazza-Coates.

  • Birdsong Featured in The Evening Standard

    7 November 2017

    Emerging fashion brand Birdsong – founded Sophie Slater and Sarah Beckett (2014 Fellows) –  is profiled in the Evening Standard as it continues to scale.

     

  • Cracked It and The Hard Yard featured in VICE Impact

    6 October 2017

    Josh Babarinde (2015 Fellow) and Frankie Bennett (2015/16 Fellow) on their ideas to keep ex-offenders out of jail.

  • Bread and Roses Featured in The Guardian

    21 September 2017

    Sneh Jani and Olivia Head (2015/16 Fellows), co-founders of Bread and Roses, speak about their floristry social enterprise.

     

  • Juta Shoes Featured in Gotilo

    7 September 2017

    An article taking a look at Juta Shoes, founded by 2015/16 Fellow Joanna Hamer, which produces handcrafted espadrilles from eco-friendly materials and empowers disadvantaged local women in the process.

  • Year Here Featured in TBD*

    11 September 2017

    An interview with Year Here’s CEO, Jack Graham, in which he talks about why he founded Year Here and his ambitions for the future.

  • Fat Macy’s Featured in VICE

    30 August 2017

    The impact of Fat Macy’s setup by 2015/16 Fellow Meg Doherty receives coverage in VICE: “For me, Fat Macy’s is a family and it’s changed my life”.

     

     

  • Bread and Roses Featured in The Independent

    12 August 2017

    Profile of Bread and Roses, a floristry social enterprise tackling social isolation amongst refugee women, founded by Sneh Jani and Olivia Head (2015/16 Fellows).

  • Ally Featured in HACT

    15 July 2017

    Sagar Gupta and Pavlina Draganova’s (2016/17 Fellows) innovative chatbot receives coverage in a leading housing publication.

  • Chatterbox Featured in The Guardian

    11 July 2017

    2015/16 Fellow Mursal Hedayat’s language learning venture, Chatterbox, is profiled in The Guardian following the Tech4Good Awards.

  • Fat Macy’s Crowdfunding Video for Spacehive

    8 July 2017

    Fat Macy’s gives Londoners living in temporary accommodation the opportunity to save for their own homes. Now, they want to open their first restaurant.

  • The Hard Yard Featured in the Evening Standard

    6 July 2017

    The Hard Yard, which employs ex-convicts as trainers is profiled by the Evening Standard as one of 7 good deeds you can do in the summer of 2017.

  • Bread and Roses Featured in the Financial Times

    19 May 2017

    Sneh Jani and Olivia Head (2015/16 Fellows), co-founders of Bread and Roses, are profiled in The Financial Times.

     

  • Cracked It Featured in Time Out

    31 January 2017

    Cracked It phone repair service, setup by Josh Babarinde (2015 Fellow), profiled as one of the 28 simple ways you can make London better.

  • Chatterbox Featured in Reuters

    16 January 2017

    Want to learn Arabic, Korean or Swahili? Chatterbox founded by 2015/16 Fellow, Mursal Hedayat, aims to help.

  • Fat Macy’s on BBC London

    2 January 2017

    A profile taking a look at the reasons why initiatives like Fat Macy’s, setup by 2015/16 Fellow Meg Doherty, could be part of the solution to youth homelessness.

  • Fat Macy’s Featured in the New Statesman

    1 December 2016

    An article looking at how Fat Macy’s, setup by 2015/16 Fellows Meg Doherty and Fred Andrews, has helped one young man to escape homelessness.

  • Birdsong Featured in the Evening Standard

    14 November 2016

    Sophie Slater and Sarah Beckett (2014 Fellows) are profiled in the Evening Standard alongside their emerging fashion brand, Birdsong.

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