The Business Boot Camp founded by 20 year old young entrepreneur, Micheal Allen, helps young people aged between 18-25 set up their own businesses. Programme candidates are chosen because they are willing to put their time, money and energy into building their business idea. Critically they must also have an overwhelming passion for their business ideas.
The Business Boot Camp helps provide the resources that will help them get the money and people around them to build a successful, sustainable business.
Ever since Micheal was in school, he has always been interested in finding out the reasons that lead to people achieving, "not only in school but in the big wide world, why are some poor and some consistently earning well above the average."
Having networked across the UK speaking to many entrepreneurs, investors and business mentors Micheal noticed one consistency, passion!
"All the information is there, you just need to find the energy" says Micheal. This is what led him to build and invest in his own business.
The Boot Camp based in the UK features lectures and workshops lead by local, national and internationally recognized business leaders, providing insight and inspiration to help the select few who are up to the challenge of starting and sustaining their own business.
The programme is supported by local businesses that are giving back to the community that have made them successful.
The initiative is in line with the Coalition Government’s ‘Big Society’ plan in which communities, businesses and government work in partnership for the common good.
This is a great project that can provide much needed support to individuals in the initial stages of building a business. Good luck to Micheal Allen in his goal to create the biggest business support project in the UK.