The five finalists are: Jane Hatton Of London, founder of Evenbreak (www.evenbreak.co.uk), an accessible specialist online job board where inclusive employers can attract more talented disabled talent and disabled jobseekers can find work with employers who will value their skills. Hannah Chamberlain Of London, co-founder of Mental Snapp (www.mentalsnapp.com), a video diary app to help anyone actively managing […]
Feature news items of the Stelios Philanthropic Foundation from the UK (United Kingdom).
A ceramics maker and teacher from Market Harborough has overcome a brain haemorrhage as a teenager to win a national prize. Katherine Fortnum (27), a former Robert Smyth pupil, is one of just five finalists in the national Stelios Awards for Disabled Entrepreneurs 2017. Read more at: http://www.harboroughmail.co.uk. She has won £10,000 so far, but
Applications are now open for the 2017 Stelios Awards for Disabled Entrepreneurs in the UK. The deadline is: 6 October 2017A total of £70,000 will be won.top prize of £30,000 to the overall winnerfour prizes of £10,000 to four other finalists And this year the award is open to all forms of entrepreneurship (including pre-revenue
Sir Stelios and the team at his Philanthropic Foundation offer our congratulations to the LSE scholars who were awarded either a first class or upper second class degree at the end of their three year course. We wish them well for the future. Irene Charalambous achieved a 2.1 BSc in Accounting and Finance Kaman Liang
The Stelios Philanthropic Foundation team together with its founder Stelios Haji-Ioannou attended yesterday “Cyprus Beyond Division – Seeking Unity through Enterprise” bi-communal event organised by UK-Cyprus Enterprise Council, Taylor Wessing and the Cypriot Lawyers Society! Thank you Peter Droussiotis, Kerim Fuad, Pavlos Panayi, Ellie Patsalos, Iley Ozerlat-Gunduz, Dr Chales Ellinas, Antoaneta Proctor for sharing your experience & inspirations!For more information on
Over 200 LSE alumni and other guests last night welcomed fellow graduate Sir Stelios Haji-Ioannou to the School’s Shaikh Zayed theatre for a special event on entrepreneurship and philanthropy. After a brisk 30 presentation in which Sir Stelios gave his audience a candid account of how he set up Europe’s favourite airline, he then answered
Applications for the Stelios Scholarships for 2017 are now open!The deadline to apply by is the2nd of May, 2017. For more information on the eligibility and how to apply visit CASS’s webpage HERE.
*This event is for Stelios Scholars ONLY Following the success of our first Grand Re-union last year in Monaco, we have decided to make this an annual event and in order to make it easier for more scholars to attend, this year the event will be held in London! For further details, All Stelios Scholars
Applications for the Stelios Scholarships for 2017 are now open!The deadline is the 1st June 2017. For more information on the eligibility and how to apply visit LSE’s webpage HERE
LSE’s interim Director Julia Black played host on the 1st of March to Donors & Scholars in the School’s newly refurbished library. In her speech of welcome she highlighted the generosity that made studying at the world renowned college a possibility for the less well off. She was joined by student Aeshna Sarkar and scholarship donor