Have your say and help young people succeed


Have your say and help young people succeed

The Royal Bank of Scotland Group is running two competitions with My Kinda Crowd, one for under 18-year olds and one for those over the age of 18. We want to help more young people to start up and succeed in business.

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29 November 2012

The aim of the competitions is to find out what are the top 30 most important tools, tips and support initiatives that young entrepreneurs need to succeed. We want to know what help RBS, the government, society or any other organization could provide to ensure the success of a young entrepreneur?

The sky is the limit - so think big and think creatively, and enter the challenge at My Kinda Crowd.

Prizes

The prizes are an executive suit or an iPad, and a Pitching master class in London. The best ideas will also be published.

Ideas

Ideas could be about finance, connectivity, ideas generation, mentorship, knowledge or anything else that you think would really help. Examples might include a dedicated financial advice hotline, a mentoring programme focusing on young entrepreneurs, or grants for young people. 

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