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  1. 1. Lead sponsors In association with AGENDA Media partner Veronica Noonan, who was able to start up her plumbing business with the support of The Prince's Trust - a member of Youth Business International
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  3. 3. Welcometothe GlobalSummit A message from Andrew Devenport, CEO of Youth Business International Welcome to London! On behalf of YBI I would like to extend a warm welcome to you, and all the Global Summit delegates arriving from around the world. Individually you represent your organisation and the YBI network which has now spread to over 40 countries, providing crucial support to tens of thousands of young people; collectively you represent an exceptional and unique group of youth entrepreneurship support practitioners. We are excited and honoured to have you here. For those of you who are attending your first Global Summit, you will soon find out that this week presents a fantastic opportunity to share your expertise and to learn from others. In addition to this, the Summit is a great social occasion, giving you the chance to meet your YBI network colleagues face to face. This year we’ve launched a dedicated online community to help strengthen this important network asset. You can find out more about making the most of this new resource in your delegate pack. As you know, youth employment is a growing global issue, an opportunity and a challenge that threatens prosperity and security in developed economies as much as growth and development in the emerging economies of the world. Since our last gathering in Mexico, the world has become more aware of the scale of this challenge and is looking to our network and organisations like yours for solutions. I believe that at this Global Summit the YBI network can build on the tremendous progress we have made in the past three years and take another step towards our vision of making sure every aspiring young entrepreneur has the means to succeed. Simply put, if we can’t find enough work for young people today, and the next generation of young people, then we are going to face a world that is significantly less stable, less prosperous, and less optimistic. Our biggest challenge is that there is still not enough support available for young people who want to start up their own business. Throughout our network, entrepreneurs tell us that the odds are stacked against them, from the education system to the bank manager. Business as usual got us where we are today; we need to do things differently. That is what the Global Youth Entrepreneurship Summit is all about. It is about doing business as UNusual. Business as unusual means looking at new ways to get young entrepreneurs the support they need. Business as unusual means not accepting that the systems that have worked in the past are always the most effective for the future of our economies. Over the very varied programme of the four days of the Global Summit you will experience the opportunity to learn, connect and share with others. You will also get the rare chance to see and be part of our global network in action. You will witness the synergies that come from working together and you as an individual will have the power to help set the direction of our network in the coming years. It is going to be a fantastic event with many of the world’s leading experts in the field of youth entrepreneurship. I have no doubt that your investment of time and effort in attending this Global Summit will yield a handsome return. This will be great business, business as unusual! Thank you and have a fantastic Summit. Andrew Devenport CEO Youth Business International “This week represents a fantastic opportunity for you to share your expertise and learn from others, as well as meeting your YBI network partners face to face.” RegistrationwhenyougettoLondon From 12.00 – 18.00 on Saturday and Sunday, there will be a Global Summit registration desk for delegates and specialists manned by YBI staff in the foyer of the Strand Palace hotel.
  4. 4. THEPRINCE’S TRUST “The Prince’s Trust is proud to support the Global Youth EntrepreneurshipSummit.Since1983,we’vehelped80,000 young people from across the UK to start up in business. This summit is a great opportunity to share our experience with partners from across the world and to learn from their experiencesoftransforminglivesandcommunitiesthrough enterprise.” Casestudy1:FrankColzie Frank was unemployed for a number of years after losing his job. After countless rejections, struggling to find work he started suffering from depression, insomnia and anxiety. He was fixing bikes at this time to keep himself busy, a great hobby of his. He turned to the Trust to turn this hobby into a business. Frank was given a ‘Will it work grant’ to test his idea. He sourced second hand bikes to refurbish and re-sell, the profit from this he used for an Advanced Bike Mechanics course. Frank then took on a shop front. His business mentor gave him the essential knowledge to set up Re-Cycle Bristol, selling re-conditioned bikes. “I would never have been able to set up my business without the help of The Prince’s Trust. I am really pleased with the success of Re-Cycle Bristol and I hope to see the business grow.” Casestudy2:VeronicaNoonan At the age of 17, Veronica Noonan, from Wakefield, found herself homeless while studying a two year art course, and had to live in hotels for the homeless. She couldn’t even afford the bus to college. Despite this Veronica passed her art course with a triple merit grade and then secured a flat. Veronica was now more determined to make a success of her life and decided to train as a plumber, gaining a City & Guilds level 2 qualification. She was then in and out of voluntary work, work placements and a job outside the sector, which she was unfortunately made redundant from. Veronica then heard about The Prince’s Trust Enterprise programme, which gives support and funding to help young people set up their own businesses. With the help of a business mentor, she put together a business plan and launched her own plumbing business, Sugar-Plumb Solutions in 2011. It has been a real success giving Veronica a regular income. The Prince’s Trust supports over 55,000 young people a year into work, education and training. Our Enterprise programme helps aspiring entrepreneurs to develop and test their business ideas, before providing them with low interest loans and mentor support to start their business. The Prince’s Trust is a member of Youth Business International. Here are two case studies of young people who have benefited from the Enterprise programme in recent years: Images: Frank Colzie and Veronica Noonan A message from Martina Milburn, CBE, Chief Executive of The Prince’s Trust.
  5. 5. Agenda ataglance Day by day at the Global Summit Available to all Global Summit delegates, we have organised an afternoon of networking and fun at the historic Vinopolis visitor attraction on the Southbank of the Thames. The afternoon will include lunch (provided) after which delegates will take the Chocolate Challenge. The Chocolate Challenge simulates a complete business process from idea through to design, production, marketing and promotion. We will wrap up the afternoon with a drinks reception. Delegates can choose to walk back to the hotel if they wish. Find out more about this exciting event in the London section of your delegate pack. The Vinopolis event is for delegates only, not specialists. Delegates not staying at the Strand Palace hotel should make their own way to Vinopolis. 12.00 Meet in foyer of Strand Palace hotel 12.15 Depart Strand Palace hotel by coach 12.45 Arrive Vinopolis. 18.00 Depart Delegates can choose to walk back to the hotel (approximately 30 – 40 minutes) or can take the Underground. Vinopolis, No.1 Bank End London SE1 9BU YBI lead contact: Hoang-Anh Thi Le Underground: Nearest underground station is London Bridge on the Northern and Jubilee Lines and Monument on the District and Circle Lines. Get to know the delegates at the Vinopolis Chocolate Challenge 8 September Senior representatives from businesses, governments, and civil society partners, and media Delegates from members of YBI network, plus selected YBI partners Senior representatives from businesses, governments, civil society partners, and media Specific delegates, members and guests with a shared regional focus Specialists from members of YBI network EVENT DATE VENUE AUDIENCE LAUNCH EVENT 9 September Institute of Directors and St James’s Palace LEADERSHIP 10 – 12 September Goldman Sachs SESSIONS and the Victory Services Club YOUNG 12 September Honourable ENTREPRENEUR Artillery Company AWARDS RECEPTIONS Various dates Various locations SPECIALIST 9 – 12 September Greencoat Place TRACKS
  6. 6. The Global Summit is a gathering of the world’s leading youth entrepreneurship experts. YBI has designed a range of specialist tracks to help our experts learn from and share with each other. These specialist tracks, which will take place throughout the week, are focussed on four key areas of YBI support. Join the YBI online community to connect with your fellow specialists and share your learning. SpecialistTracks ataglance Specialist Tracks at the Global Summit Mentoring: A successful mentoring programme can make a significant difference to the ability of young entrepreneurs to succeed in business. The Mentoring Specialist Track will have a strong focus on knowledge sharing, exploring good practice and networking. Monitoring, Evaluation and Learning (MEL): The sessions have been designed to meet member MEL needs as defined through prior consultation with all participants regarding both content and format. As such, the Track is designed to be as interactive as possible, taking a ‘learning by doing’ approach, and focuses on key learning questions that have emerged across the network. Technology: The Technology track of the Global Summit is primarily for those members who are using or soon to be using, YBI’s Operations Management System (OMS), which is built on Salesforce.com. The Track aims to build a community of OMS users, increase skills and confidence and work towards defining a roadmap for the specialism. Training: The purpose of the Training Specialist Track is to enable YBI members to maximise the effectiveness of their youth entrepreneurship training activities. In particular, it aims to establish the best ways to share best practice in youth entrepreneurship training, understand the role of technology in training, and explore opportunities for working in partnership within and outside the network.
  7. 7. TheGlobalSummit online Connectwithyourfellowdelegates,gettoknowothermembers,andwinprizes! As part of the on-going growth of the YBI network we are committed to helping our members communicate more effectively with each other. At the Global Summit 2013 we are delighted to launch the YBI Community – an online platform for YBI delegates to meet, share their experiences, learn from each other and maintain contact after leaving London. We have created groups for each of the tracks. Visit your group to meet your fellow participants, share your experiences and start new conversations. We’ve also created a group for everyone, in which you can share and connect with all delegates at the summit. Getting to know your fellow delegates is one of the most valuable parts of YBI Summits, and the online community makes it easier than ever before. In the YBI community you can also access: • A personalised agenda for your track • Important announcements • Frequently Asked Questions • Delegate bios We hope that many of you have already logged in and started to connect with each other, but if not, log on to check your email for your login details to get started visit www.ybicommunity.org now and get started. How to get started: • Check your email for your login details, email support@youthbusiness.org if you need any help • Complete your Chatter profile • Visit your track Chatter group and start posting! Top Tips for using the community • Login now to start networking before the Summit • Download the mobile app and share your thoughts, ideas and photos! • Spend 10 minutes each day reviewing the days updates • Connect with someone you met that day Win Prizes There will be prizes awarded after the Global Summit for the delegates who were most active in the YBI Community, log on to find out about what you can win. Powered by:
  8. 8. Wherethedelegates camefrom Delegates are attending the Global Summit from 50 countries Trinidad and Tobago Dominica Canada USA St Lucia St Vincent and the Grenadines Jamaica United Kingdom Spain France Sweden Italy Tunisia Brazil Uruguay Argentina Chile Peru Paraguay Belize Barbados Nigeria 1 17 4 1 1 5 2 2 1 3 6 6 1 1 1 1 2 2 3 3 6 6 Netherlands 6
  9. 9. New members Non members Delegates from each country Current YBI members 32 KEY Khazakstan Belarus Poland Ukraine Serbia Uganda Kenya Saudi ArabiaIsrael Jordan Syria Russia Mongolia China Bhutan Bangladesh India Sri Lanka Singapore Australia Hong Kong 1 7 5 8 3 1 4 1 1 2 3 3 3 6 7 2 1 1 9 4 6
  10. 10. Dedicated to supporting young entrepreneurs Barclays supports Youth Business International
  11. 11. LAUNCHEVENT 9SEPTEMBER The launch event of the Global Youth Entrepreneurship Summit will bring together leaders in youth entrepreneurship from around the world. Participants from businesses, governments and non- profit organisations will share successful approaches to helping young entrepreneurs around the world and their experiences of building global partnerships which enable more young people to start their own business. Attended by 300 people from 50 countries, this event is a must for leaders from all sectors. The event is invitation-only. Timings: 14.00pm – 14.30: Arrivals 14.30pm – 17.30: Conference 18.00pm – 20.00: Reception at St James’s Palace. SPEAKERS: Patricia Piccardo, Founder, Maloca Prendas Auténticas, Argentina Rt Hon Justine Greening MP, Secretary of State, Department for International Development Mike Herrington, Executive Director, Global Entrepreneurship Monitor Jacques Attali, President, PlaNet Finance Pierre Nanterme, CEO and Chairman, Accenture Karma Yonten, Founder, Greener Way, Bhutan JP Rangaswami, Chief Scientist, Salesforce Jonathan Ortmans, President, Global Entrepreneurship Week Charles Ocici, Executive President, Enterprise Uganda Arup Banerji, Global Director for Social Protection and Labor, World Bank Sir David Walker, Chairman, Barclays Chris Finlayson, Chief Executive, BG Group Claudio Cortellese, Chief, Access to Markets and Capabilities Unit, Inter-American Development Bank Institute of Directors, 116 Pall Mall Followed by Reception at St James’s Palace
  12. 12. LAUNCHEVENT 9SEPTEMBER Receptions and Logistics Launch Event Institute of Directors Attendees: Global Summit Delegates Timings: 14.00 – 17.30 Dress: Business suit Location: Institute of Directors, 116 Pall Mall, London SW1Y 5ED Underground: Nearest underground station Charing Cross on the Northern and Bakerloo lines, Embankment on the District and Circle lines, and Green Park on the Victoria and Piccadilly lines. YBI Lead: Steve Metcalfe 13.20 Meet in foyer of Strand Palace hotel 13.30 Depart hotel on foot 14.00 Arrive IOD 14.00 – 14.30 Arrivals and Registration Drinks Reception St. James’s Palace Attendees: Invited guests, delegates, specialists and YEA guests. Dress: Business suit Timings: 18.00 – 20.00 Location: St. James’s Palace Marlborough Road entrance London SW1Y 5HX Underground: The nearest underground station is Green Park on the Victoria and Piccadilly lines. YBI Lead: Andrew Ward 18.00 – 20.00 Drinks reception 20.00 Delegates not involved in other events to walk back to Strand Palace hotel IMPORTANT: You will need to bring your formal invitation card together with some form of photo ID, such as a passport, and another form of ID such as a utility bill with your name and home address on it, otherwise you will be refused entry by Palace security. Mobiles phones, laptops and other electronic devices, large bags and briefcases will not be permitted in the reception but must be left with security. Guests may be searched. Fringe events and evening receptions (Fringe events and receptions are by invitation only) Caribbean YEPEC group 9.00 – 12.00 Clarence House, Cleveland Row entrance, London SW1A 1BQ A meeting for YBI network members involved in the USAID YEPEC (Young Entrepreneurs Programme for the Eastern Caribbean) grant. YBI Lead: Aarti Bajrangee 08.20 Meet in foyer of Strand Palace hotel 08.30 Depart hotel on foot 08.55 Arrive Clarence House (please bring your passport or other international photographic identification) 12.00 Depart Clarence House 12.00 Delegates may walk back to Strand Palace hotel or may wish to lunch locally. 14.00 – 14.30 Arrivals and Registration at IOD. Latin America Lunch 12.00 – 13.30 British Council, 10 Spring Gardens, London SW1A 2BN A lunch-time meeting for members of the YBI network from Latin America, representatives from the Inter-American Development Bank and other supporters. The meeting will provide an opportunity to discuss YBI’s plans for expanding its activities in Latin America and to learn more about the significant support that is being provided by the Multi-Lateral Investment Fund of the Inter-American Development Bank. YBI lead: Andrew Devenport 11.25 Meet in foyer of Strand Palace hotel 11.35 Depart hotel on foot 11.55 Arrive British Council 13.30 Depart British Council 14.00 – 14.30 Arrivals and Registration at IOD MENA Region Dinner 20.30 Ritz Hotel, 150 Piccadilly, London W1J 9BR Hosted by H.E. Amr Al-Dabbagh, Chairman, The Centennial Fund. An opportunity to discuss expansion plans in the Middle East and North Africa region. YBI lead: Dianne Cornes 20.00 Depart St. James’s Palace on foot 20.20 Arrive Ritz Hotel Delegates to make own way back to Strand Palace hotel. Russia, CIS and Eastern Europe Dinner 20.30 Institute of Directors, 116 Pall Mall, London SW1Y 5ED Hosted by Sergey Generalov, Chairman, Youth Business Russia. A reception for members of the YBI network from Russia, the CIS and Eastern Europe, and senior business leaders and other supporters. The reception will provide an opportunity to discuss YBI’s plans for expanding its activities in the region and to learn more about the development of a new YBI Regional Centre. YBI lead: Andrew Devenport 20.00 Depart St. James’s Palace on foot. 20.15 Arrive Institute of Directors Delegates to make own way back to Strand Palace hotel.
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  14. 14. LEADERSHIPSESSIONS 10SEPTEMBER Themes of the day: leadership and partnership TIME/WHERE SESSION/DETAILS 09.15 – 10.00 Opening remarks Auditorium Taking forward Monday’s launch of the Global Summit, the Leadership Sessions will officially begin, including a welcome by the day’s host. This plenary will outline the key goals and themes of the Sessions; and it will review YBI’s network journey since the last Global Forum in Mexico 2010, as YBI looks ahead to take forward successes and learn from challenges over the next three years. Speakers: Michael Sherwood, Goldman Sachs Group, ViceChairman; Andrew Devenport, YBI, CEO. 10.00 – 10.45 Welcoming YBI new joiners Auditorium Members who have joined YBI since the 2010 Global Forum in Mexico will be introduced. They will explain their motivations and aspirations for network membership, addressing the core question: “what do you aim to get out of YBI membership and what do you bring to the network?”. YBI’s approach to expanding into new markets since 2010 will be outlined as a key channel for network growth. Moderators: Dianne Cornes and Sarah McMillan, YBI, Directors of Network Expansion. 10.45 – 11.05 BREAK LOBBY 11.05 – 12.30 Building a leadership community Auditorium YBI is a network of leaders in youth entrepreneurship. This interactive session will be divided into three parts to: build delegates’ personal leadership skills; share members’ network leadership experiences; and learn from an example of leadership of an affiliated global network. Speakers and moderators: Part I. John Purkiss,Partner, Veni Partners and Author, Brand You. Part II. Bill Reese, International Youth Foundation (IYF), President, with CYBF (Canada), YBC (China), Fate Foundation (Nigeria) and Youth Business Spain. Part III. Jonathan Ortmans, Global Entrepreneurship Week (GEW), President. 12.30 – 13.45 Lunch Lobby Celebrating YBI in GEW: a lunch discussion with Jonathan Ortmans. 13.45 – 14.30 SESSION 1 FOR MEMBERS AND POTENTIAL MEMBERS: SPEED NETWORKING Member session Current and potential members will take part in a high-intensity session meeting new colleagues and old, sharing LOBBY challenges and solving problems together. Two minutes per meeting. When the whistle blows, it is time to move on! Facilitator: Oli Barrett, Cospa, Director and Start-Up Britain, Co-Founder. PARTNER SESSION Session 2 for partners: A roundtable on YBI strategy development 2014-17 G&H YBI partners will be briefed and consulted on the development of YBI’s strategy for the next three year period 2014-17 in an open discussion. Hosts: Andrew Devenport and Helen Gale, YBI, CEO and Director of Strategy and Performance. 14.30 – 14.45 BREAK Lobby 14.45 – 15.45 Partnering for impact Auditorium Key YBI donors will explain their motivations for investing in youth entrepreneurship and YBI specifically. In discussion with YBI’s CEO, they will share experiences in building effective relationships and maximising opportunities for network partnerships during the three years ahead. Moderator: Simon Bishop, Prince’s Charities, Strategy Adviser. Speakers: Jill Huntley, Accenture, Global CSR Operations Lead; Steven Cooper, Barclays, MD, Head of Retail and Business Banking and Chair, UK Community Investment Committee; Ramanie Kunanayagam, BG Group, Group Head, Social Performance; Dr Rachel Waterhouse, DFID Uganda, Growth & Resilience Team Leader [acting]; Maritza Vela, MIF, IADB, Specialist; Andrew Devenport, YBI, CEO. 15.45 – 17.30 Meet the partners (during which tea and coffee will be served) VARIOUS Members and key partners engaged in current or potential regional and global partnerships will meet to explore shared interests and build relationships. A networking area will be designated for other member-to-partner and member-to-member meetings. Hosted by Goldman Sachs, River Court, 120 Fleet Street, London, EC4A 2BE
  15. 15. LEADERSHIPSESSIONS 10SEPTEMBER Receptions and Logistics The Leadership Sessions today will be held at the Goldman Sachs offices in London. Attendees: Delegates and specially invited guests only Dress: Business suit Transport: Delegates will be escorted on foot from Strand Palace Hotel Location: Goldman Sachs River Court 120 Fleet Street London EC4A 2BE Underground: The nearest underground stations are St Paul’s and Chancery Lane on the Central line and Blackfriars on the District and Circle Line YBI Lead: Helen Gale 08.15 Meet in hotel foyer 08.30 Depart hotel on foot 08.55 Arrive Goldman Sachs 09.00 – 09.15 Arrivals and Registration 18.00 Delegates not involved in other events to walk back to the Strand Palace hotel. Fringe events and evening receptions (Fringe events and receptions are by invitation only) Commonwealth Secretariat Drinks Reception 18.15 – 19.30 Marlborough House, Pall Mall, London SW1Y 5HX An opportunity to meet members of the YBI network from the 16 Commonwealth countries in which YBI is already active and others in which we plan to start in the near future. It will also be attended by senior Commonwealth representatives and many of YBI’s supporters, and will provide an opportunity to celebrate the achievements of the YBI network and to let you know about our plans for the coming years. YBI Lead: Andrew Fiddaman 17.45 Depart Goldman Sachs by coach 18.15 Arrive Marlborough House 19.30 Delegates to make own way back to Strand Palace hotel. CIS and Eastern Europe Drinks Reception 18.15 – 19.30 British Council, 10 Spring Gardens, London SW1A 2BN A reception to meet members of the YBI network from Russia, the CIS and Eastern Europe, and senior business leaders and other supporters The event will be held at the headquarters of The British Council, thanks to their generous support. The reception will provide an opportunity to discuss YBI’s plans for expanding its activities in the region and to learn more about the development of a new YBI Regional Centre that will enable members of the network to share their ideas and experiences in order to support an increasing number of young entrepreneurs. YBI Lead: Andrew Devenport 17.45 Depart Goldman Sachs by coach 18.15 Arrive British Council 19.30 Delegates to make own way back to Strand Palace hotel.
  16. 16. LEADERSHIPSESSIONS 11SEPTEMBER Theme of the day: knowledge TIME/WHERE SESSION/DETAILS 09.15 – 09.35 Summit reflections Carisbrooke Hall YBI members will share their learning from the Summit so far and their aspirations for the rest of the event. Moderator: Andrew Devenport, YBI, CEO. 09.35 – 10.40 Knowledge community debate Carisbrooke Hall Building on YBI’s strategy consultation, members will debate in an open forum the topics they consider high priority for the network to address over the next three years. Mentoring has consistently been a shared focus. As YBI grows as a knowledge community, what are the key topics to address together in the next three years? Moderator: Sriyan de Silva Wijeyeratne, YBI, Board member (and former member Board representative). 10.40 – 11.05 BREAK 11.05 – 12.30 Building a knowledge community: our opportunity Carisbrooke Hall Sector experts will present the latest thinking on how NGOs are building knowledge to improve efficiency and effectiveness and to influence policy. The speakers will be joined by YBI’s member from France and YBI’s Director of Strategy and Performance in a discussion about YBI’s network opportunity to grow as the leading knowledge base in youth entrepreneurship. Moderator: Karen Wilson, OECD, consultant, and Bruegel, Visiting Fellow. Speakers: Dr Nicole Goldin, CSIS, Director, Youth, Prosperity and Security Initiative; Bruno Crepon, ENSAE, Associate Professor and J-PAL, Youth Initiative Co-Chair; Professor Stefan Dercon, DfID, Chief Economist; Stéphanie Mestrallet, Entreprendre en Banlieue, Operations Director; Helen Gale, YBI, Director, Strategy and Performance. 12.30 – 14.00 Lunch Celebrating YBI in G20YEA: a lunch discussion with Victor Sedov, YBI Board member, and President of G20YEA Moscow Summit 2013. 14.00 – 15.00 Building a Knowledge ComMunity: Learning from what we do Carisbrooke Hall Taking forward the morning’s discussions, a panel of YBI members and network team will discuss their practical experiences of building and sharing network knowledge in key programmatic areas. The member panellists will each be participants in the Summit Specialist Tracks. Moderator: Adam Lury, YBI, Board member. Speakers: YBI specialists from four members in: Mentoring, Training, OMS, Monitoring, Evaluation and Learning; Maarten Rooney, YBI, COO. 15.00 – 17.30 NETWORKING FOR KNOWLEDGE (during which tea and coffee will be served) Various The YBI knowledge community in action: open sessions will be held on key YBI knowledge topics. These sessions will run simultaneously and give all delegates the opportunity to meet network specialists, share knowledge and learn new ideas in key operational and organisational areas including those covered by the Specialist Tracks: Mentoring; Training; Technology (OMS); Monitoring; evaluation and learning; Local partnerships; Access to finance; and Social entrepreneurship. A separate agenda will be provided on the day with more detail about these sessions. 17.30 – 19.00 Delegates, specialists, speakers and guests joining the leadership sessions today are invited to stay on for a Carisbrooke Hall drinks reception. We will be joined by YEA guests. Hosted at the Victory Services Club, 63-79 Seymour St, London W2 2HF
  17. 17. LEADERSHIPSESSIONS 11SEPTEMBER Receptions and Logistics The Leadership Sessions on Wednesday and Thursday will be held at the Victory Services Club near Marble Arch. Attendees: Delegates and specially invited guests only Dress: Business suit Transport: Coaches from Strand Palace Hotel Location: Victory Services Club 63-79 Seymour Street London W2 2HF YBI Lead: Helen Gale 08.00 Meet in foyer of hotel 08.15 Depart hotel by coach 08.45 Arrive Victory Services Club 08.45 – 09.15 Arrivals and Registration 19.00 Delegates to make their own way back to Strand Palace hotel. Underground: The nearest underground station is Marble Arch on the Central line. Note: the cloakroom is unmanned so we advise you do not leave any bags, computers or other valuables Fringe events and evening receptions (Fringe events and receptions are by invitation only) Accenture Reception 18.15 – 19.30 Accenture, 30 Fenchurch St, London EC3M 3BD An opportunity for those YBI members who have been supported under Accenture’s grant with YBI to meet the Accenture management team, share their ideas and experiences, and to learn more about the ‘Skills to Succeed’ initiative. Attendees: Invited delegates YBI Leads: Andrew Devenport and Maarten Rooney 17.30 Depart VSC by taxi 18.15 Arrive Accenture 19.30 Delegates to make own way back to Strand Palace hotel Underground: The nearest underground station is Monument on the District and Circle lines. Made in Bhutan: a film premiere 18.45 Asia House, 63 Cavendish Street, W1G 7LP London £15/10 Concession Loden Foundation is pleased to announce the Avant-Première screening of the documentary “Made in Bhutan” by Hirondelle Chatelard. In the presence of Mr Karma Yönten, a Bhutanese entrepreneur who has been awarded the Environmental Entrepreneur of the Year 2013 by Youth Business International. To book your seat contact tardyanne@gmail.com.
  18. 18. LEADERSHIPSESSIONS 12SEPTEMBER Theme of the day: strategy TIME/WHERE SESSION/DETAILS 09.15 – 10.40 General Meeting Carisbrooke Hall The General Meeting will begin the day’s network discussions on: “where have we been, and where are we going?”. A panel representing the YBI Board will present the activities of the Executive Team and Board of Directors to members. Four resolutions will be put to the Members (i.e. Shareholders of YBI – all accredited members and ‘B’ members) concerning operational aspects of the Network organisation. There will be several Q&A opportunities. YBI Board representatives: Sir Malcolm Williamson, YBI,Chairman; Andrew Devenport, YBI, CEO; Liz Padmore and Fadi Sarkis, YBI, Board members. Also present will be YBI ‘B’ members, Rosemary O’Mahony, Bill Reese, Sir Tom Shebbeare and Mark Strudwick. 10.40 - 11.00 BREAK 11.00 - 12.45 YBI 2014-17 Carisbrooke Hall Building on the General Meeting discussion, the Knowledge Debate of the previous day, and the member strategy consultation, delegates will discuss network priorities for the next three years and the best ways to collaborate to deliver them. This discussion will be a key input to development of YBI’s Strategic Plan 2014- 17 and implementation planning over the coming months. Speaker: Andrew Devenport, YBI, CEO. Moderator: Suzanne Gowler, International Agenda, Founder and CEO. 12.45 – 13.15 Closing remarks Carisbrooke Hall The Leadership Sessions will be brought to a close with key Summit takeaways and an outline of next steps for network team and members to take forward preparations of YBI’s next Strategic Plan. Speaker: Andrew Devenport, YBI, CEO. 13.15 – 13.30 A group photo will be taken on stage with all delegates. 13.30 – 14.30 Lunch Networking – network team and members are free to host special topic tables. 13.30 – 16.00 MIF LAC Youth Entrepreneurship Programme meeting (attendees take lunch with them) Allenby Plumer Relevant YBI members in the Americas will convene to plan next steps for implementation of YBI’s new five-year regional partnership with the Multilateral Investment Fund (MIF) of the Inter-American HOSTED AT THE VICTORY SERVICES CLUB, 63-79 SEYMOUR ST, LONDON W2 2HF
  19. 19. 12SEPTEMBER2013 6.30PM-10.30PM HONOURABLE ARTILLERY COMPANY CITY ROAD, LONDON, EC1Y 2BQ 17.25 MEET IN FOYER OF HOTEL 17.40 DEPART HOTEL BY COACH 18.10 ARRIVE HAC 22.45 DEPART HAC BY COACH 23.15 ARRIVE HOTEL DRESS: BLACK TIE/COCKTAIL DRESS (LONG OR SHORT), NATIONAL DRESS, BUSINESS SUIT Compere: Television presenter Krishnan Guru-Murthy Keynote speaker: Wilfred Emmanuel-Jones, The Black Farmer www.youthbusiness.org/awards
  20. 20. Specialisttrackdetails Mentoring Session Attendees: Maria Ines Khoury, Fundación Impulsar, Argentina Caroline Maria Appel, Aliança Empreendedora, Brazil YBI Session Facilitator(S): Hoang-Anh Thi Le, (YBI Mentoring Offering Lead) John Cull, (Mentoring Consultant and subject matter expert) External Presenter(s): Professor David Clutterbuck, World leading Mentoring expert John Sutherland Wright, Mentoring consultant Giulia Corinaldi, Cherie Blair Foundation for Women A successful mentoring programme can make a significant difference to the ability of young entrepreneurs to succeed in business. The Mentoring Specialist Track will have a strong focus on knowledge sharing, exploring good practice and networking and will provide the following: • Technical sessions on mentor and mentee training, mentoring skills, evaluation and the art of making a successful match • YBI member led presentations covering mentoring successes, challenges and innovations • Sessions to build and strengthen the mentoring community to enable on-going knowledge and experience sharing • An overview of the mentoring offering – what we have accomplished to date, where we hope to be whilst inviting feedback from members on where we should focus our efforts • Opportunities to meet with organisations external to the network who operate as specialists in the field of mentoring • Opportunity to contribute to strategies for improving the process of learning from one another and identified potential collaboration opportunities Linda Morana, Canadian Youth Business Foundation, Canada Yonghui Wu, Youth Business, China Salah Tachoikaft, Entreprendre en Banlieue, France T.L Viswanathan, Bharatiya Yuva Shakti Trust, India Mohan Singh, (YBI 2013 Mentor of the Year - India) Meirav Fitousi, Keren Shemesh Foundation, Israel Yazan Al Masa’fah, Tamweelcom, Jordan Irina Gorelova, Youth Business, Russia Elena Pilipenko, Youth Business, Russia Ebtisam Al Hamedi, The Centennial Fund, Saudi Arabia Alfonso Basco, Youth Business, Spain Ana Bejarano, Youth Business, Spain Rajesh Ramasamy, Youth Business, Sri Lanka Josefin Hildinge, Swedish Jobs and Society Foundation Amor Ben Amar, Enda Inter Arabe, Tunisia Ronald Mukasa, Enterprise Uganda Bolortsetseq Gelegnamjil, Development Solutions, Mongolia Samantha Robertson, The Prince’s Trust, UK Charlotte Rose, The Prince’s Trust, UK Kayode Oluwa Femi, FATE Foundation, Nigeria
  21. 21. Mentoring SpecialisttrackAGENDA Session Content/Activity • Cross Track kick-off • Mentoring Specialist Track Welcome and Overview of the week ahead • Member Presentations (of their mentoring approaches) • Option A: Mentor Induction Training (led by John Cull) • Option B: Developing your Mentoring Skills – follows on from Mentor Induction Training (led by John Sutherland Wright) • Options A&B continued • It Takes Two to Tango: the Role of the Mentee • Mentoring Master Class (led by Professor David Clutterbuck) • The Cherie Blair Foundation for Women and online mentoring • Roadmap for YBI’s Mentoring Offering to its members • Building the YBI Mentoring community Monday AM & PM TUESDAY AM & PM WEDNESDAY AM & PM THURSDAY AM Session Objective(s) • Get to know each other and understand how the week will unfold • Increase understanding of each other’s mentoring programmes • Option A: Observe and participate in YBI’s standard full day mentor induction training workshop • Option B: Learn about tools and models to increase mentoring skills through a highly practical and interactive workshop • A session on the importance of the mentee within the ‘three way’ relationship • A mentoring seminar by world leading mentoring expert, Professor David Clutterbuck on key areas such as matching, effective supervision and evaluation • Learn about the Cherie Blair Foundation’s partnership with YBI and the potential to use its online mentoring service • A session focussed on what we have accomplished to date, where we hope to be whilst inviting feedback from members on where YBI should focus its efforts • Ideas and strategies for improving the process of learning from one another, and the role that YBI can play in facilitating this Delegates will join leadership session
  22. 22. Specialisttrackdetails Monitoring,Evaluation&Learning(MEL) Session Attendees: Maria Eugenia Clouet, Fundación Impulsar, Argentina Alexandra Esperança Meira, Aliança Empreendedora, Brasil Beth Dea, Canadian Youth Business Foundation Jerome Bouillaut, Entreprendre en Banlieue, France Sachin Adsare, Bharatiya Yuva Shakti Trust Osato Igbinadolor, FATE Foundation, Nigeria Ludmila Romanova, Youth Business, Russia Fatma Triki, Enda Inter Arabe, Tunisia Rosemary Mutyabule, Enterprise Uganda YBI Session Facilitator(S): Laura Gisby, (YBI MEL Manager) Annie Barber, (YBI’s Network MEL Manager) External Presenter(s): Insightshare, Specialists in participatory video approaches to MEL www.insightshare.org Intermedia, Research consultancy specialised in working with young people Overseas Development Institute, UK’s leading independent think tank on international development and humanitarian issues Professor Clutterbuck, World leading Mentoring expert Restless Development, Youth-led development agency War Child, International NGO working with young people in conflict-affected environments The Monitoring, Evaluation and Learning (MEL) Track aims to: • Build a community of MEL Specialists from across the network; • Act as a forum for members to share their knowledge, experience and challenges on MEL; • Provide participants with exposure to a range of approaches, methods and tools to build up their MEL ‘toolkits’ and capacity; and • Develop a collaborative roadmap for on-going development of YBI’s MEL Offering and MEL Community. The sessions have been designed to meet member MEL needs as defined through prior consultation with all participants regarding both content and format. As such, the Track is designed to be as interactive as possible, taking a ‘learning by doing’ approach, and focuses on key learning questions that have emerged across the network.
  23. 23. MEL SpecialisttrackAGENDA Session Content/Activity • Cross Track kick-off • MEL Specialist Track Welcome and Overview of the week ahead • Key Learning Question: how do we measure the less tangible impacts of our work? • Key Learning Question: how do we track longer- term outcomes/impacts of our work on both ‘graduates’ and ‘dropouts’? • Technology & MEL systems and processes (OMS/MEL Joint Session) • Introduction to using participatory video as a MEL technique (led by Insightshare) • Best practices in qualitative youth research (led by Intermedia) • Introducing the Theory of Change Approach • Evaluating YBI’s MEL Offering • Key Learning Question: How do we capture ‘multiplier effects’ of our work and the extent to which it captures ‘Value for Money’? • Introduction to the Contexts Framework (YBI with Restless Development, War Child and ODI) • Best practice in mentoring evaluation (MEL/ Mentoring crossover session, led by Professor Clutterbuck) • Key Learning Question: How can we use evidence generated from our MEL activities to influence policy and practice? • Building a MEL Community • Mapping a YBI ‘Theory of Change’ • YBI’s MEL Offering – where we are at and where we’re headed (wrap up session) Monday AM & PM TUESDAY AM & PM WEDNESDAY AM & PM THURSDAY AM Session Objective(s) • Get to know each other and understand how the week will unfold • Share challenges and best practice on key learning question • Share challenges and best practice on key learning question • Alignment of MEL Specialists and OMS Super Users • Gain exposure to a range of Innovative MEL techniques • Share challenges and best practice on key learning question • Exposure to global best practice and new approaches on MEL • Collaborative development of YBI’s MEL roadmap Delegates will join leadership session on global knowledge community
  24. 24. Specialisttrackdetails Technology Session Attendees: Ana Gessaghi, Fundación Impulsar, Argentina Helena Casanovas Vieira, Aliança Empreendedora, Brazil Elhannah Alexis, DYBT, Dominica Stephanie Mestrallet, Entreprendre en Banlieue, France Ortal Goldfarb, Keren Shemesh Foundation, Israel Olivia Agutu, KYBT (Nairobi), Kenya Shedron Collins, Youth Business Trinidad & Tobago George Oumo, Enterprise Uganda Segun Shomefun, Fate Foundation, Nigeria Lena Traktenberg, Youth Business Russia Nina Yakovleva, Youth Business, Ukraine Hasitha Jayamaha, Youth Business, Sri Lanka YBI Session Facilitator(S): Jonny Elliot, (YBI Salesforce OMS Offering Lead) Matt Morris, (YBI Salesforce OMS Project Manager) James Greenwood, (YBI Salesforce CRM Project Manager) External Presenter(s): Jonathan Sol, Customer Success Manager, Salesforce Jo Young, Managing Director, Stimulus Consulting YBI Committee Members, Sriyan de Silva W (Country Manager, Microsoft Sri Lanka), Nick Purdon (Senior Principal, Infosys), Sophie Bridge (COO Equity Sales, Barclays) The Technology track of the Global Summit is primarily for those members who are using, or soon to be using, YBI’s Operations Management System (OMS), which is built on Salesforce.com. The track has 3 key objectives: • To build the community of Technology specialists • To build the skills and confidence that will make the OMS a success in each organisation in which it is deployed • To build the future roadmap of YBI’s OMS To support the above objectives, we will be running the following activities throughout the week: • Inviting specialists to present their projects and learn from each other • Skills workshops on key Salesforce concepts • Learning and sharing sessions on adoption • Identifying the relationships between different specialisms and best practices for working together • Defining the value of the community, and the priorities for new features in Salesforce
  25. 25. Technology SpecialisttrackAGENDA Session Content/Activity • Cross Track kick-off • Technology Specialist Track Welcome and Overview of the week ahead • Specialist Presentations • Technology & MEL systems and processes (OMS/MEL Joint Session) Attendees will be at Salesforce HQ all day: • Analytics Workshop • Chatter • Adoption & Change • Train the Trainer • Lessons Learnt • Project Surgery • Matching Sessions for Specialists • New features and the future of the OMS programme • The future of the Specialist community Monday AM & PM TUESDAY AM & PM WEDNESDAY AM & PM THURSDAY AM Session Objective(s) • Get to know each other and understand how the week will unfold • Increase understanding of each other’s projects • Identify best practices for joint working • Building Super User expertise and confidence in managing their Salesforce OMS projects • Plan individual member projects in 1:1 sessions • Learn and share with each other in 1:1 sessions • Identify and priorities needs for features and programme improvements • Define the purpose and goals of the community Delegates will join leadership session on global knowledge community
  26. 26. Specialisttrackdetails TRAINING Bringing together training experts from across the YBI network, the purpose of the Training Specialist Track is to initiate a global community of practice and learning that enables YBI members to maximise the effectiveness of their training activities. As such this track aims to achieve the following objectives: • Agree channels for informal sharing of best practice in youth entrepreneurship training • Derive insight into the role of technology in delivering youth entrepreneurship training • Enhance the ability of the YBI network team to help meet training needs in the network • Explore opportunities for working in partnership within and outside the network The programme combines presentations, workshops and small group activities as part of encouraging lively discussion and active engagement by all participants throughout the week. Based on consultations with network members, sessions have been designed to respond to the needs and expectations of participants as well as to feed into the development of YBI’s global training offering that will be made available to network members. The training programme also provides opportunity for engaging with network specialists participating in other tracks through joint working sessions and informal networking. YBI Session Facilitator(S): Reuben Saxon and Nina Vlemmings (YBI Programme Managers) External Presenter(s): Youth-led development agency www.restlessdevelopment.org/ War Child International NGO working with young people in conflict-affected environments www.warchild.org.uk/ Session Attendees: Guadalupe Blanco Fundación Impulsar, Argentina Joelle Foster Canadian Youth Business Foundation, Canada Fang Yuan Youth Business, China Youssef Balboul Entreprendre en Banlieue, France Aruna Vinodh Bharatiya Yuva Shakti Trust, India Modesta Ongweso Kenya Youth Business Trust, Kenya Oyungerel Ganbaatar Development Solutions, Mongolia Melissa Okonny FATE Foundation, Nigeria Svetlana Bazhenova Youth Business Russia, Russia Miloš Antič Bizniz Mladih Srbije, Serbia David Martinez Youth Business Spain, Spain Noah Wandera, Enterprise Uganda, Uganda
  27. 27. TRAINING SpecialisttrackAGENDA Session Content/Activity • Welcome • Introductions: Participants learn more about each other and the training specialist track • Objective setting • Sharing local insights: 15mins presentations by all participants to introduce their local context, organisation and training activities • Building a Global Training Offering Overview of and discussion on offering developments • E-entrepreneurs: The role of technology and the internet in training delivery • Sowing the seed: PRE-startup training • From dream to reality: POST-startup training • The importance of context: Introducing our framework Joint research project by YBI, Restless Development, War Child and ODI • The challenge of context diversity (member experiences of delivering training across multiple contexts) • Leadership panel & Global Village • Optional interactive session • Assessing our training needs: The role of YBI? • Looking ahead: Building our global community Monday AM & PM TUESDAY AM & PM WEDNESDAY AM & PM THURSDAY AM Session Objective(s) • Agree group and individual objectives for week • Increase understanding of participants’ working context and training activities • Gain insights into opportunities for member contributions to YBI training offering • Share tools and IP made available by YBI to network members • Gather feedback on the training offering development to date • Share and develop content for YBI training ‘knowledge library’ • Provide exposure to new approaches in addressing context-specific challenges • Share best practice in delivering effective training across a variety of contexts • Agree needs assessment approach • Share ideas for community building tools
  28. 28. Specialisttrack LOGISTICS The Specialist Track training sessions take place at 24 Greencoat Place meeting centre near Victoria station. The exception to this is for Technology specialists who on Tuesday will spend the day at Salesforce’s new offices, see below. Dress: Smart casual Transport: Specialists will be escorted by a member of YBI staff from the Strand Palace Hotel to the venue by underground Location: 24 Greencoat Place London SW1P 1RD Technology specialists only: A separate training location for Tuesday has been arranged with Salesforce; you will join the main specialists at Greencoat place on Monday but will then have your own separate training location on Tuesday. Dress: Smart casual Transport: Specialists will be escorted by a member of YBI staff from the Strand Palace Hotel to the venue by underground. Underground: The nearest underground station is Victoria Station, which is on the Victoria, District and Circle lines.
  29. 29. Gettingaround Usefulmaps All of the Summit venues are located in central London and are easy to find. Transport to and from all Summit locations will be provided by YBI. The Institute of Directors 116 Pall Mall SW1Y 5ED St James’s Palace Marlborough Rd SW1A 1BS Goldman Sachs River Court Building 120 Fleet Street EC4A 2BB Victory Services Club 63-79 Seymour Street W2 2HF Honourable Artillery Company Armoury House City Road EC1Y 2BQ The Strand Palace Hotel Strand Palace Hotel 372 Strand, London, WC2R 0JJ Tel: +44 207 836 8080 Vinopolis No 1 Bank End SE1 9BU E E C C F F A A B B D D
  30. 30. OURLEAD SPONSORS Accenture is a global management consulting, technology services and outsourcing company, with approximately 266,000 people serving clients in more than 120 countries. Combining unparalleled experience, comprehensive capabilities across all industries and business functions, and extensive research on the world’s most successful companies, Accenture collaborates with clients to help them become high-performance businesses and governments. Skills to Succeed, Accenture’s global corporate citizenship initiative, focuses on advancing employment and entrepreneurship – and, by 2015, we plan to equip 500,000 people around the world with the skills to get a job or build a business. To achieve this, Accenture will continue working with strategic partners like Youth Business International that share our skills-building goals. We also offer our people volunteering and pro bono opportunities and expand our impact by replicating and scaling successful initiatives. Since 2010, through a combination of cash plus Accenture time and skills, we’ve contributed more than $100 million dollars to Skills to Succeed initiatives. Barclays is a major global financial services provider engaged in personal banking, credit cards, corporate and investment banking and wealth and investment management with an extensive international presence in Europe, the Americas, Africa and Asia. With over 300 years of history and expertise in banking, Barclays operates in over 50 countries and employs 140,000 people. Barclays moves, lends, invests and protects money for customers and clients worldwide. Investing in the community is an important part of Barclays sustainability strategy. We believe our business will benefit from contributing to the development and sustainability of the communities where we operate. Barclays supports Youth Business International’s global network to provide young people with the opportunity to start up in business. Our partnership with Youth Business International helps young people launch their own businesses and create employment. BG Group is one of the world’s leading oil and gas companies, with highly distinctive capabilities in exploration and liquefied natural gas (LNG). We have a strong track record in exploration; we’ve been a part of 15 giant discoveries in 15 years. We’ve also developed an industry-leading, flexible LNG portfolio that allows us to meet our customer’s requirements in markets across the world. We believe in the importance of contributing to the economies and societies of countries in which we operate, so they benefit from our presence. This means helping to create job opportunities and supporting local businesses. We work hard to develop long-term relationships with partners, whether they are governments, customers, suppliers or service providers. We believe an organisation can only deliver outstanding performance if interests of all stakeholders are aligned, and everyone’s behaviour meets shared standards.

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