On Thursday 18th April Carl was invited to military style education , fitness and teambuilding company Commando Joe’s celebratory evening to talk about his own journey and life experiences.
On Tuesday 26th March Carl was invited to Teesside University to speak at the Entrepreneur’s’ Forum, Members’ Evening Seminar.
On Wednesday 27th March Carl was invited to Liverpool Community College to speak at their annual awards evening.
WOULD-be entrepreneurs jumped at the chance to ‘sail into business’ when North Shields-based The Business Factory hosted its first-ever event on water...
Last week saw Carl Hopkins travel from Scarborough to Worcestershire in a bid to encourage enterprise in today’s school children.
On Wednesday 24th October Carl was invited to Teesside University to speak about his ‘adventures as an entrepreneur’.
A panel of judges including Todmorden News editor Tim Robinson, managing director for Weir Minerals Europe Tony G Locke and Mary Clear of Incredible Edible Todmorden, have named The Railway Station underpass as the area to be given a facelift thanks to the Weir Minerals Community Challenge 2012.
Last week Carl was asked to be part of North Halifax Grammar School’s ‘Two Day Management Challenge’.
Students of Todmorden High School are asking members of the community to help choose which area of Todmorden they would like to see cleaned up.
Cleaning up a stretch of canal towpath in Todmorden and revitalising the town’s railway station are the two challenges selected by local company Weir Minerals Europe Ltd for its 2012 Community Challenge.
Carl Hopkins joined a group of Rotherham children last week to show The Duke of York what makes the town ‘The Most Enterprising Place in Britain.’
Weir Minerals Europe Ltd has announced the launch of a community challenge that is set to transform an area of Todmorden this summer.
Carl Hopkins was invited to act as one of the Dragons for Silcoate’s school Dragons’ Den event on Thursday 8th march.
The team behind a trial-blazing enterprise programme dreamed up in Rotherham to unearth business whizzkids has begun passing on the secrets of success.
Ernst & Young is a proud supporter of The StartUp Britain Award, recognising locally based support projects targeting regional growth and enterprise with the capacity for scaling nationally. The program is open to start-up’s or individuals that may have had a positive social and economic impact on their region, are sustainable, and have been running for less than three years.
Entrepreneurs were hailed as the “lifeblood of Britain’s economy” at an event last night to celebrate the best of UK enterprise.
A business to encourage enterprise in education has been launched by Carl Hopkins, the Leeds businessman and former star of Channel 4’s secret millionaire.
Are You Ready? The national enterprise programme has been invited to London as a finalist of the StartUp Britain, Best Enterprise Support Award competition sponsored by Ernst & Young.
Entrepreneur and ‘secret millionaire’ Carl Hopkins is leading the charge to get business to use their money-making skills to raise funds for a Leeds’s Sue Ryder Wheat-fields Hospice
Children from Salterhebble J&I School present a cheque for £250 to Richard Mitchell of the Forget Me Not Trust.
A new scheme aims to develop young entrepeneurs using just a fiver each
A new business offering support to organisations that prepare people for the workplace has been launched by Carl Hopkins, the Leeds businessman and former Channel 4 Secret Millionaire. Joblink Solutions helps schools, colleges, public sector bodies, charities and community groups through a mix of educational and inspirational courses and training programmes.