Last month MINI Park lane, in partnership with The NatWest Great British Entrepreneur Awards, hosted a motivational evening for entrepreneurs.
Four inspiring speakers were invited to share their stories with our guests; amongst which there were a number of budding entrepreneurs.
First to speak was Ben Towers, who at the age of 20 has been dubbed one of the “most influential entrepreneurs on the planet”. Following Ben, we had Elinor Davies-Farn, Founder of Olew and Alexis Adjel, winner of “Food Influencer of the Year 2018”. Last to take the stage was Shara Tochia, Founder of DOSE, an online magazine for healthy hedonists.
We were also thrilled to be joined by Rupesh Thomas, Founder of Tuk Tuk Chai, a drinks company which attracted the attention of Peter Jones on Dragon’s Den. Rupesh alongside the other speakers partook in a closing Q&A session, after which guests spent the remainder of the evening networking.
In addition to the speakers, the event was supported by various entrepreneurial brands, who kindly supplied lots of delicious drinks, snacks and beauty products for our guests to enjoy.
We would like to thank all our event partners and everyone who joined us. We hope you enjoyed the evening as much as we did and left feeling empowered to Be Iconic!
King’s Kitchen, Waddesdon, Tuk Tuk Chai, The Primal Pantry, AQUA ESSE, Squirrel Sisters, Raw Halo, Jessica Pulman-Jones, Loveau and Kinomi.