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UltraKids Club


With the entreupreneurs aged between 5 and 19, Ultrakids provide an outlet and support to the brains behind the inventions and business.  Realising that entrepreneurship was only being preached to the older demographic, founder Julian set out to create and provide a foundation and programme to give an outlet.  The programme has now been running for a year and has accomplished a large amount already; from creating UltraKids for those in primary school and UltraAcademy for those in secondary school and hosting a range of events.

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Upon asking founder Julian what inspired him to birth the company he responded:

“I’ve been lecturing on the topics of innovation and entrepreneurship for 10 years at colleges and universities in the uk and overseas. I have also consulted for company’s big and small and coached entrepreneurs from startup to growth companies. I realised that a lot of the challenges entrepreneurs faced we in part due to the fact the concept of business and enterprise was introduced to them in adult life. We now know that entrepreneurial skills can be taught and like any other subject, the earlier it is taught the easier it is for a child to grasp.”

Upon finding the amazing talent of young entrepreneurs, Julian details:

“They found us! When we first stated to talk about the idea of children leaning entrepreneurship, a primary school asked us if we’d come in a delver a programme. Parents then asked if we had clubs during the week and weekend. From that point, news of the work we were doing spread and we’ve been opening up new clubs across London and other parts of the UK.”

The UltraKids club inspires children to be the best they can be and teach weekly workshops in numerous locations every week including Harlesden, Brixton, Croydon, Leyton, Richmond, Hammersmith and Luton.

Screen Shot 2016-11-22 at 12.45.47 pmSome examples of the extraordinary young minds include Vanessa, a 10-year-old motivational speaker who uses public speaking to build her self-confidence and inspire others to also have confidence in themselves, Tegan, author of Money for Kids a book that teaches children more about money, Kamare, inventor of Chocoria and Dominic, founder of Opus Music Gifts.

An extremely special and unique event indeed, we highly recommend your attendance to find out more about this wonderful children looking to spread the message that entrepreneurship has no age limit.

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