An ethical and sustainable toy and gift business in Totnes has been named among the UK’s most exciting start-ups.
A bra-fitting service has been named among the UK’s most exciting start-ups. SJL Foundation has awarded Janice Rose Lingerie with a £2,000 grant.
Charity trustee and founder, Simon Lancaster, features on television news to discuss why he rated Jennifer Jia of EmPads as a winner.
There was a news story about the SJL Foundation on ITV London this week, featuring the founder of the foundation Simon Lancaster, and competition winner.
SJL Foundation announce the 8 finalists who will present their start-up business pitch in the House of Commons, to a judging panel of 4 entrepreneurs.
Siren Radio got an exclusive as to why the founder of the SJL Foundation, Simon Lancaster set up the charity. Listen to his story on Siren Radio here.
SJL Foundation feature in WeAreTheCity as they launch nationwide competition to give 8 finalists in Great Britain the chance to get a free £2,000 grant.
SJL Foundation launches nationwide competition to give 8 finalists in Great Britain the chance to get a free £2,000 business grant.
8 finalists will present their business in the House of Commons, they’ll get mentored for one year and a £2000 start-up business grant.
The Worcester Observer newspaper today wrote an article about the SJL Foundation’s first-ever black-tie ball which will be on Saturday the 9th November 2019.