Pastry chef and successful business owner Rosie Ginday will be appearing at this year's 4Entrepreneurs Student Conference this November.
Rosie is the creator of "Miss Macaroon", a social enterprise specialising in making macaroons for weddings, corporate events and wholesale. Rosie is a massive advocate in reducing re-offending in young offenders, setting up "Macaroons That Make a Difference"; a training programme for young care leavers and ex-offenders in Birmingham, offering tuition to those at risk to realise their potential as chefs.
Rosie has also inspired potential young business women from deprived areas of Birmingham and Warwick University students to give back to their local community through many forms of enterprise and social entrepreneurship.
4Entrepreneurs will kick start Global Entrepreneurship Week on Monday 17th November 2014 and is an ideal opportunity to enhance your teaching and learning. By finding out first hand how to turn ideas into commercial reality, our full day London conference aims to inspire and motivate students aged 16-18 studying Economics, Business & Enterprise. Students will also have the opportunity to pitch their own business ideas in front of their teachers and peers to our panel.
Rosie completes our line-up of Live Speakers and joins Stephanie Bouchet (RougeFrog), James Eder (Student Beans) and Simon Duffy (Bulldog Skincare) with Richard Strudwick chairing the panel. For more about 4Entrepreneurs or our Live Speakers, please visit the main page.