LONDON, June 22, 2016 /PRNewswire/ --
Technology is moving at a faster rate than we could ever imagine, and huge amounts of information move through email and the internet. Innovations in technology have allowed individuals to create and run their own business and have helped turn small local business into global businesses.
To celebrate London Technology Week, Generation Success will be hosting another power series event on the 22nd June 2016 called "Starting, running and growing a successful technology business." A panel of leading entrepreneurs will be in attendance to discuss the many ways of creating a viable technology business, their unique journey, life lessons and finally followed by a Q&A session providing you with an opportunity to ask questions.
Have you ever thought of developing your own product in the most booming and lucrative sector of our time? If you were ever put off this great endeavour by thinking you might not have the right skills and tools, please think again .This event is about breaking all those barriers and enabling you to apply all your talents, whether you are tech-savvy or not. The speakers in attendance will be:
. Adam Hale - CEO of Fairsail
. Richard Bearman - UK Director Small Businesses HSBC
. Danielle Brookes - CEO Fitssi
"I believe that technology plays an essential part in helping business to up their game and reach larger audiences. This event is unique as it gives individuals in attendance direct access to leading figures in the business and technology world," says owner James Adeleke.
The event will take place at Albert House, 256-260 Old Street EC1 9DD London United Kingdom
Doors open: 6pm
Notes to Editors:
Generation Success was launched by successful business man James Adeleke. A law graduate of BPP University, London, James has enjoyed a varied career in business development. He was inspired to found Generation Success following the London riots of 2011 - himself a member of what tabloid media were calling 'the lost generation', he decided it was time to start reclaiming the future for today's youth. Rather than laying blame and pointing fingers, James wanted to find ways to tackle the roots of society's problems: food poverty; deprivation; educational and employment inequality. Generation Success is James' way of helping to ensure that every young person has the chance to shine.
"I truly believe that we are limited by the boundaries of our minds," says Adeleke, "so I am always trying to expand mine - and to help others to do the same."
James Adeleke - +44-(0)7883028775 and James@generation-success.com
SOURCE Generation Success