Stars from the world of youth enterprise will gather in London to crown the YBI Entrepreneur of the Year 2012.
Young entrepreneurs from across the world will gather in London next month (October) to recognise the winners of the YBI Entrepreneur of the Year competition, hosted by Youth Business International.
The competition, which is supported by Barclays, celebrates the achievements of entrepreneurs and demonstrates the contributions that burgeoning business talent can make in building communities and creating jobs.
The YBI Entrepreneur of the Year Award will be presented to an entrepreneur who has established a business that has made a tangible contribution to sustainable economic development in their community.
Three finalists – Naibo Yu from China, Roy Joulus from Israel and Cheuk Wing Au from Hong Kong are competing for this year’s title.
A shortlist of six entrepreneurs was decided in June by a selection panel, which was then reduced to the three finalists, as voted by members of the global Youth Business International network.
Youth Business International has announced the winners of further award categories in the competition on its dedicated awards microsite.
You can find out much more about the Entrepreneur of the Year competition, read detailed profiles and watch videos of the finalists and winners of this years awards at awards.youthbusiness.org