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Future Faces Future Faces Chamber Patrons


Contact: Anna Assinder T: 0121 607 1836


New Members • Jay Moore (Urban Dynamic) • Frank Pocock (Little Business Loans) • Paul Allen (Telephone Europe) • Joe Jones (Pangea FX) • Francesco Menouni (South Guys Ltd) • Oliver James (Metherwell Window Cleaner)


• Lyndsey Hutchinson (Wave) • Stefania Pellegrino (Vittoria Enterprises) • Scott Jones (Beeline Promotional Products Ltd)


• Amy Willock (Dirty Martini) • Kieran Mcinernay (Best Western Westley Hotel)


• Rebecca Humes (Colliers International) • Skye Andrews (Colliers International) • Laura Steventon (Colliers International) • Muhamed Ali (Colliers International) • Jerome Austin (Colliers International) • Alexandra Ireland (VWP LLP) • Roz Rolls (VWP LLP) • Kayleigh Kennedy (VWP LLP) • Kirandeep Dheshi (VWP LLP) • Samantha Alexander (VWP LLP) • Sara Aki (Arup) • Paul McGoldrick (Arup) • Tom Pearce (Arup) • James Pugh (Arup) • Ramon Agudo Porras (Arup) • Stephen Davies (Arup) • Leah Grint (Arup) • Jenny Carrington (Arup) • Jack Hewitt (Arup) • Lisa Naylor (Arup) • Ross Skinner (AON Ltd) • Francesca Piccinin (Tinker Taylor) • Christopher Smith (Performances Birmingham)


• Jordan Pincombe (Pink Print Solutions) • Taheem Bhatti (Westside BID) • Karen Delfino (Westside BID) • Alicia Mosquito (Westside BID) • Tom Marriott (Index Property Information)


Upcoming Events Future Faces Professional Development with HS2 Ltd 14/05/2018 17:30 - 19:30


Future Faces Social Networking at The Alchemist 31/05/2018 17:30 - 20:00


Future Faces Annual Dinner and Awards at Symphony Hall Birmingham 31/08/2018 18:00 - 23:00


From left: Jack Skinner, (Sport 4 Life UK), Hayley Porter (Future Faces vice-president), Tom Clarke-Forrest (Sport 4 Life UK), Anna Assinder


Charity of the year chosen


Future Faces has announced that Sport 4 Life UK will be its charity of the year for 2018 – 19. The charity was chosen from a number of


competing organisations by the Future Faces committee members. Sport 4 Life UK was founded in 2006, starting


off as a small community project which then developed into a sport for employment charity. The charity, based in Ladywood, aims to support disadvantaged young people via sports – themed personal development programmes. The charity claims that there are an estimated


100,000 children in Birmingham that live in poverty.


32 CHAMBERLINK May 2018 It also says that the city has an estimated 8.9


per cent of its young population in unemployment, one of the highest figures in the country. The programmes that Sport 4 Life UK provide aim to tackle these issues, by delivering proactive and reactive employment intervention and support services to 12-16 year old students and 16-29 year olds that are not in education, employment or training. Anna Assinder, Future Faces manager, said:


“Sport 4 Life has done some incredible work to help support young people and the committee and I are really looking forward to working with them over the next year.”


Future Face of Brum looks back


The 2017 ‘Future Face of Greater Birmingham’ winner has enjoyed a busy year since his victory. Tom Charman, founder and chief executive of


technology firm Kompas, also won ‘Future Face of Technology and Innovation’ at the awards. Kompas is based at the Innovation Campus Birmingham at Faraday Wharf and makes a mobile phone and tablet app which is described as ‘a pocket guide to the world’s urban jungles’. Tom’s wins at the Future Faces dinner were


followed by features in the TATA Consultancy report and Success magazine, speaking at a variety of technology events and companies and advising UK Government on proposed regulations on deep technology. Tom said: “Winning these awardsmeant a huge


deal to me, as I was extremely happy to have the opportunity to continue to grow, and develop. “Most importantly, I wanted to make sure that


I could have an impact on Greater Birmingham, and we're putting more resources in the


Keeping busy: Tom Charman


Midlands to make this happen. We've been welcomed onto a world-leading AI accelerator, we've continued to grow rapidly and most recently, we were invited to take part in a UK trade mission to San Francisco. I've continued to speak at events around cutting edge technology, and have developed hugely as an individual.” Nominations for this year’s Future Faces awards close on the 30 May.


Download the application form from: greaterbirminghamchambers.com/futurefaces


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