A Year 8 pupil uses his skills to build a prototype of a new skyscraper design.
Knowledge Leads To Better Decision Making and Better Changes
ideasinc. wants to expand its collaboration with industry, universities and other organisations. We believe sharing information and resources is what makes the difference to young people with their enterprise activities, their education and their career decisions. In exchange, external organisations have the opportunity to gain insight into the views of this generation, who look at things differently and can bring new ideas and solutions to problems we face in society.
Sharing the knowledge of the changes that are being delivered across the country in education, digital, social/health, SMART, IoT, manufacturing and engineering industries and others will lead to more participation from young people. They are keen to learn and get involved in the industries we are eager to establish and grow. Their input can enhance the results of your research and delivery stages. At the very least most will benefit from learning about the issues and trends of their future world of work.
It is easy to underestimate the transfer of knowledge and skills that occurs when organisations engage with young people outside the classroom. This type of engagement creates experiences that can change our future.
Knowledge Is Power. Together We Can Transfer It And Become ‘Participactive’
As we build our network and grow our start-ups we hope to become an interactive voice with companies, government bodies and their multiple support networks. If you have a key report or industry event you would like young people to become aware of please send it to us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
We will also engage with you through our news feeds, social media marketing and meet ups. Connect to us on twitter @ideasincuk to receive regular notifications of our progress.
Nine ideasinc. start-ups in the past three years have been to Buckingham Palace to collect their Teentech Awards.
A video of the Teentech Awards 2015
Students travelled to London to pitch their products to Virgin business mentors.
ideasinc. members join industry software developers to create new HACK badge
Meeting via Skype with Creative Chaos from Bristol on coding an App.
Deep Focus make it to the Teentech Finals 2013 and win!
Our young entrepreneurs build new relationships with enterprise accelerators and business support centres in London.
Two architect teams from iamDesign compete in the City of the Future competition.
Our SMART Street Furniture Product is shortlisted in the Sheffield Chamber of Commerce Big Investment Project.