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10 March - 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm
4 speakers, 15 minutes, 1 inspirational hour.
Claude Littner Lord Sugar’s long standing business associate and ‘aide’ on The Apprentice, visiting Professor at the University of West London and founder of the Claude Littner Business School. Claude will host 4 inspirational speakers coming together for one empowering hour. Each panellist will share history, anecdotes and pearls of wisdom gained along their journey.
Natasha Langleben is currently a social work team manager, responsible for hundreds of young people who grew up in foster care. She came to social work after previously working as an advertising strategist at some of London’s top agencies. At age 16, Natasha co-founded charity forCrohns which has raised over £750,000 and has subsequently co-founded two social enterprises Linkey and Two Generations.
Dr Danny Sinitsky is an emergency, general and oesophago-gastric surgeon. Danny and his clinical psychologist brother-in-law set up UK Therapy Rooms in 2016 when the two were talking about the difficulties in finding a therapy room – www.uktherapyrooms.co.uk. Working on the business in their spare time, they competed against established players in the market to become the country’s leading directory of wellbeing spaces to rent. Danny also created Boxmedicine, a website and popular YouTube channel for junior doctors. He is also a private pilot.
Rebecca Glenapp founded LUX FIX, the largest online marketplace for premium boutique fashion in the UK. She has also launched e-shops for the Telegraph, Independent and Evening Standard fashion teams. Rebecca started her career in the City before making the switch to e-commerce. She is also a founder member of Post Office Advisory Council.
Charlie Rubin started his first business aged 19 designing marquees. After a very brief spell in investment banking, he worked for entrepreneur and investor Will Hobhouse, who is CEO of many household names. He then launched Clasiq: an online classic car community, marketplace & auction house that now has over 1 million members. He has also also co-founded Tech Friends for Israel, a not-for-profit focused on enhancing British and Israeli technology collaboration.