Category Archives: Teens Girls Conference 2018

Nick Howe from NatWest continues to inspire the next generation of female entrepreneurs

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Nick Howe is Enterprise Manager with NatWest and has nearly 25 years’ experience working with thousands of businesses having been inspired by the very first business customer he met. Nick is also a sounding board for growing SMEs, a Social Enterprise mentor, a Women in Business advocate, delivers enterprise education to students and is passionate […]

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Changemaker, Ilana Taub to celebrate International Womens Day with Rocking Ur Teens #PressForProgress

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Ilana Taub is the co-founder and CEO of SNACT. SNACT make wholesome, delicious snacks from surplus UK fruit, which would otherwise be thrown away, and pack them in plastic free compostable packaging to fight plastic waste. Prior to starting SNACT, Ilana worked a variety of finance and sustainability related roles. In 2014, she was selected […]

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Entrepreneur & Author Jessica Huie MBE to grace the Rocking Ur Teens stage

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Jessica Huie is an entrepreneur and Author of PURPOSE, published by Hay House. When she set up her first business Color blind cards, it started an early national conversation around diversity in retail and is credited as the first independent multicultural greeting card line to be stocked in the UK high-street. Jessica also founded the award […]

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Actress Maia Watkins announced as KeyNote Speaker for Rocking Ur Teens Girls Conference #IWD2018

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Maia Watkins is an actress from West London born to a father of Jamaican descent and a mother of Guyanese, Russian heritage. Maia is a third time winner of The Monologue Slam UK at the Theatre Royal in Stratford East, including the LA edition. She has a degree in Drama, Film and Television and an […]

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Announcing Rocking Ur Teens Ambassador and Presenter for Rocking Ur Teens Girls Conference 2018

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TV and radio personality Remel London is making waves in the industry after landing her new weekend show on CAPITAL XTRA. Since graduating in Broadcast Journalism in 2010, Remel has already worked as a lead presenter on SKY 1’s What’s Up TV, Link Up TV, ILUVLIVE, Channel AKA and a host of mainstream TV networks. […]

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Rocking Ur Teens – event review

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“Lay your foundations before you build your skyscraper”. These are some of the many inspirational words that were spoken at the November 2017 Teen Boys Empowerment Conference held at Thomas Reuters, Canary Wharf. When Kamal Hyman said this I had a reality check, I’ve got to start working hard to build my career and not […]

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Rocking Ur Teens Review

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On the 14th of November 2017 hundreds of teen boys from all around the country went to London to participate in ‘Rockin Ur Teens’. This was a very fulfilling event which had many opportunities. We started by travelling by coach, we then parked and took the tube to The Isle of Dogs. However there were […]

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The Week Junior Magazine supports Rocking Ur Teens

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We are delighted that every teen boy and their teachers who attend our boys conference on 14th November, 2017 will receive a copy of The Week Junior magazine.  What an International Men’s Day treat, it will be for them. The Week Junior is a brilliant current affairs magazine for children aged between 8 and 14. It’s filled […]

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Review of the Mindfulness Meditation CD for teens

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I was invited to listen to The Mindfulness Meditation CD. The CD is called ‘Nature’s Rainbow’ and is perfect for teens. Being a teenager myself, I know how important it is to relax and have time away from school work. The CD has 7 tracks all ranging from 4 minutes to 6 minutes long. I […]

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Demystifying Asset Management for Teen Girls

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  Our Co-Founder Jenny Garrett is going to speak at Future AS5ET, a free one-day conference for S5 (16-17 year old) girls across Scotland. Taking place in Edinburgh on 22nd September 2017, the conference aims to underline the fact that gender should never be seen as a barrier to progressing in whatever career you choose. […]

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