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October 15, 2015

Virgin Media Pioneers


We took part in the Virgin Media Pioneers Project, bringing a young person under our wing for a few weeks. There were 100 young Pioneers in total, each placed with different companies to help develop their skillset.

At the end of their work experience, Sir Richard Branson chose 10 lucky Entrepreneurs to form ‘The Project’ team. They had to organise an event at the Royal Opera House in conjunction with Virgin Media.

We love championing creativity and innovation and so we were more than happy to get involved. It was exciting to see what the Pioneers were capable of and how they would deal with the pressure of putting on such a big gig. The Pioneers didn’t disappoint. They managed to book The Noisettes, Tanya Lacey, Nathan Flutebox Lee, Blizzard, George The Poet, Rikstar and Suli Breaks!

Here was the result…

It was great to be able to work with such talented young people and we’d like to extend a big well done to the 10 lucky pioneers who managed to pull it all together.

For any other young people interested in taking part in the Virgin Media Pioneers project in the future, you can find more information here.

Dan Sargent

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