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“On behalf of the CTU (Caribbean Telecommunications Union), I thank you for sharing with us your experiences in your journey to success and also and for providing participants with the thought process required to monetize their ideas. The workshop was enthusiastically received by the participants.”
Bernadette Lewis, Secretary GeneralCaribbean Telecommunications Union
His latest venture, Ultra Education, goes into schools not necessarily to create entrepreneurs, but to get children to realise that running their own business is an option. Here he is helped by the proliferation of business programs on TV, from the Apprentice to Dragon’s Den.
Nick Morrison, JournalistForbes
We are delighted to be collaborating with Ultra Education. Their Money Management module is one of our Entrepreneur badges. Financial literacy is a vital skill, and this badge is accessible and fun for anyone to do.
iDEA Awards, Duke of YorkDuke of York, iDEA Awards
Julian Hall’s Ultra Education programme is both an innovative and necessary initiative in the sphere of primary and secondary education. The detailed sessions have been carefully planned to incorporate essential elements required for developing in young people.
Dr Raymond Roth, Child PsychologistChild Psychologist
Alan HamiltonChairman of Ultra Education
Alan is a CEO with a 30 year track record in the ICT Sector. Based in London UK, he has spent 18 years in Canada, and 20 years in the UK.He has direct experience and a high degree of success in software development, product management, sales and sales management, regional management and executive management of technology firms. He is also the Chairman of Ultra Education, which takes the teaching of entrepreneurial skills into primary and secondary schools.
Dr. Margaret Casely-Hayford CBEAdvisory Board Chair Ultra Education
Margaret Casely-Hayford was appointed Chair of Shakespeare’s Globe Theatre in January 2018 having previously served as Chair of international development Charity ActionAid UK., for four years from 2014.She became Chancellor of Coventry University in May 2017; and is chairing a review into diversity for the Carnegie an Kate Greenaway awards, the review was launched in June 2017. She is also the Chair of the Advisory Board of Ultra Education.
David Bryan MBA FRSAAdvisor
David Bryan is Director of Xtend UK Ltd, a management consultancy working in organisational change, leadership development and diversity. mostly in the not-for-profit and public sector. He has over 20 years consultancy experience, providing management training, facilitation to senior management teams, one to one coaching and governance support. Prior to becoming a consultant he worked in senior management within the voluntary sector, the arts and in academia.
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A message from yours truly
I've been an entrepreneur for over 25 years and a lover of technology for even longer. In that time I have realised that without creativity there is no innovation and without innovation there is no entrepreneurship. Doing what you love is more than just feeling good about the work you do but your customers and clients feeling good about it too. The true measure of success is happiness and the future of business is delivering great experiences through products and services. The marriage of technology and creativity will drive this change and that change will remain constant.Julian 'The Ultrapreneur' Hall