A new enterprise scheme in the UK will boost opportunities for young entrepreneurs as they will provide them with resources and skills to launch and grow their own business.
The MM Enterprise Award scheme being introduced by philanthropist Matthew C. Martino and international charity MMBF Trust is due to launch in late 2015 and will be engaging young entrepreneurs through various events, courses and opportunities to reach down to their inner business passion.
The Matthew Martino Enterprise Award is an entrepreneur’s scheme for young people which encourages and supports them to start their own business. MMEA does so by offering a start-up business grant, mentoring and other start-up resources which allow young people to make the most of their business venture.
The award works by combining a mixture of knowledge, skills training, business coaching with hands on business management, invitation to key business events and providing young people with the contacts to take their idea to the next level. Their two key awards are the Future Leader’s Award which is awarded to handful of young people quarterly and the Young Entrepreneur Of The Year Award which is an annual award providing more opportunities and resources to the winner.
22year old philanthropist Martino has been hailed for his charitable ventures including MMBF Trust which provides scholarships and grants to actors, performers and filmmakers around the world and also credits filmmakers through its MMBF Rising Star Award scheme which over 45 film festivals around the world now run.