Given the extraordinary times we are living through, this country will need to be resilient and explore all opportunities to succeed through difficult times. This clearly impacts our young people and it has never been more important to support young people, our future entrepreneurs and workforce. We have created a club that stands behind the young talented entrepreneurs that get their first experience of running a business through Young Enterprise.

We the YE Entrepreneur Club pledge to champion the next generation of entrepreneurs to ensure the UK continues to create innovative new businesses, and a workforce that can drive and support them.We stand behind Young Enterprise to ensure young people:

  • Experience first-hand the excitement of developing their own product or service
  • Learn how to take a product to market and sell it (including digitally)
  • Learn by real world experiences the challenges and rewards that come from being an entrepreneur

Founding Members

Jason Stockwood

Jason is a philosophy graduate, writer and a businessman trying to help redefine the next era of capitalism to be more inclusive. His new venture,  53º Capital is a new type of private investment vehicle where investment returns are used to fund social projects rather than personal wealth.

Jason's Bio

Robert Elliot

Robert is the co-founder and CEO of Zinc Network. He has worked in the media and communications sector since the late 1990s, initially rising through the ranks of television production to direct, produce and present content at some of the world’s largest media companies.

Robert's Bio

Bim Sandhu

Bim emigrated to the UK from India when he was seven years old, speaking no English and very much felt an outsider growing up in Harrow in the 1970s. His father was a baker and his mother worked in an industrial laundry; both working much harder than they, like most immigrants, should have had to do.

Bim's Bio

Keith Breslauer

Keith founded Patron Capital in 1999 and is the Managing Partner of the Patron Capital Funds (Patron Capital Captive Fund, Funds I–VI). Total capital under management represents approximately €4.3 billion from leading U.S. and European institutions, endowments, pension funds and family offices. The Patron Funds primarily focus on investments in companies and assets associated with property and property related activities in the United Kingdom and Western Europe.

Keith's Bio
How can I become a member?

Membership is strictly limited to 10 individuals on an annual basis. If you are interested in learning more about the club please do get in touch with Donna Wells, our Director of Philanthropy.