The Prince’s Trust, London, UK // Exhibitions and Events Manager // 1997-1998
The Prince’s Trust is a UK charity founded in 1976 by HRH Charles, The Prince of Wales to help young people. The Trust runs a range of training programmes, provides mentoring support and offer financial grants to build the confidence and motivation of disadvantaged young people. Each year they work with 40,000 young people, with around 80% moving on to employment, small business, education, training or volunteering.
Significant events managed as part of a national annual programme of exhibitions, seminars and events for the Prince’s Youth Business Trust (now called Prince’s Trust Enterprise Programme) were:
- The Business Awards at St James’ Palace, London – The Prince’s Trust annual awards ceremony in the presence of HRH, The Prince of Wales.
- The Prince’s Trust Showcase at The Houses of Parliament, London.
- a group trade stand for 150 Prince’s Youth Business Trust small businesses at Autumn Gift Fair, NEC, Birmingham.
- a group retail stand for 40 Prince’s Youth Business Trust small businesses at Clothes Show Live, NEC, Birmingham.