Bright. Talented. Young. The next generation of Entrepreneurs and Business Leaders will have a dedicated panel at The Business Show this 14th and 15th Of November at London Excel: The Young Entrepreneurs.

The panel consists of five individuals who are reshaping the British economy in five different sectors (Sales, Public Relations, Digital Entrepreneurship, Fashion and Influencer Marketing); these remarkable Entrepreneurs will add value to the show by sharing their Business journeys and tips on how to run a business as under-35-year-olds.

The Young Entrepreneurs panel will be hosted by Daniel Disney, one of the world's leading sales and social selling experts who has built a globally recognized brand and business from the UK. With a social audience of over 350,000 growing by thousands each week, Daniel is on a mission to help as many people and businesses around the world sell more.

Launching his business on the side whilst working full time 3 years ago, Daniel built up his brand, business and network over 2 years during his evenings and weekends then taking it full time in January this year. Daniel now works with companies all over the world, speaking globally and has his content reaching millions each month.  

Am Golhar, a Creative Entrepreneur, Presenter and Female Influencer and founder of a vibrant Creative PR Agency called Abstract PR, which takes individuals and Businesses into becoming the go to sector influencers in their Industry.

Am’s Business journey went from being a graduate of the prestigious London’s Art School Central St Martins to being the first British Asian Female to do an exclusive Men’s knitwear collaboration with ASOS, the largest online retailer; and then on to being an International Knitwear consultant, manufacturer and supplier to Blue chips such as Harrods and Burberry.  

Lauren Tickner is a 21-year-old online entrepreneur and has built a following of over 200,000 on Instagram and YouTube. She has a podcast called The Millennialaire Podcast and is a social media marketing expert. Lauren quit her job at a FTSE 250 company and dropped out of the UK''s number one business degree, after turning her name into a six-figure business. She is a sought-after speaker, business mentor, and personal branding expert. 

Dhillan Bhardwaj is the CEO of the UK’s number 1 independent clothing brand Ratchet Clothing, TV reality star and motivational speaker. Dhillian moved from making 1 million pounds at the age of 16 to consulting and helping over 100 brands to make it big.  His Ratchet is now worn by celebrities and public figures such as Miley Cyrus, Rihanna and even David Cameron, proving the ability of this young professional to build a sought after and successful brand.

Last but not the least, Ben Jeffries is a 22-year-old entrepreneur, specialising in influencer marketing and social media. At 15, Ben had already set up his first business, Breeze, a clothing company of modest success born off the back of a slang phrase him and his friends used to throw around. It was a small-time business, but it provided the spark of inspiration that led Ben to drop out of Bath University and build Influencer, one of the UK''s largest influencer marketing companies. Ben has since partnered up with YouTube sensation Caspar Lee as a co-founder and appointed him CMO, whilst leading his team to close a further £500k investment round for Influencer.

Young Entrepreneurs Am Golhar, Ben Jeffries, Dhillan Bhardway, Lauren Tickner will be speaking at the KeyNote Theatre 2 on Wednesday 14th November from 11.45 to 12.15.

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