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Ben Cook
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Ben Cook

Careers Birmingham, GB
I co-founded a series of children's storybooks called Clever Tykes to inspire and empower a generation of young people. There are too few innovative and entrepreneurial role models for young people today, yet these are the very people who will create jobs and drive economic growth as they become the employers of tomorrow. Check out the website for more about them. Having had a career spanning the most weird combination or roles including working as a door supervisor, a personal trainer and as a full-time model; I went back to my economics-grad roots. Lover of health and fitness, food and cinema.

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Founder, The Clever Tykes Books
Qualifications:
  • Economics BSc (University of Sheffield, 1st class)
  • Winner of Investec Wealth prize for microeconomics
Working for:
The Clever Tykes Books ( www.CleverTykes.com )

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06Nov
Should deprived kids really start school at two?

This quote is from a very experienced school and pupil development consultant who has worked with schools, primary and secondary, in Birmingham for ...

06Nov
Is the 5:2 diet safe for teenagers to follow?

Forms of intermittent fasting (IF), including 5:2 are not physically harmful diets, or course, they are based the way humans dieted during our ...

06Nov

A lot of it comes down to education. We are entering a realm of digital sharing that is like nothing we've ever experienced before, and people don't ...

06Nov
Which is better for teenagers, starting a small business or getting a part-time job?

This is an interesting topic. If the goal is to 'earn a little money on the side' then you're looking at a very limited range of business models. The ...

31Oct
Do stories about youngsters developing apps and selling them for millions help or hinder kid's understanding of running a business?

Really interesting question, Lorraine. Yes, children need positive entrepreneurial role models so they can see what can be achieved through business ...

31Oct
How can I help my entrepreneurial kid develop a business plan?

Remember that ideas and enthusiasm are by far the most important things. You can't teach someone to have an idea or to be enthusiastic about it - you ...

28Oct
How can I keep up to speed with what children are learning at school?

What is being taught in school should tie in closely with the national curriculum for statutory subjects. Even private schools and academies will ...

28Oct

There are some great quality numeracy and money apps available for all platforms, that introduce young kids to numeracy and older kids to enterprise ...

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