The Enterprise Fellowship supports young people to realise their entrepreneurial dreams.
The Enterprise Fellowship is chaired by Sir Stelios Haji-Ioannou, alongside Vice-Chairs Nicholas Wheeler OBE and Jenny Campbell.
Enterprise Fellows regularly meet each other and the young entrepreneurs they support.
The Enterprise Fellowship has raised over £26 million for the Enterprise programme since 2010.
The Enterprise Fellowship has enabled The Prince's Trust to support over 90,000 aspiring young entrepreneurs.
73% of the young entrepreneurs who receive start-up support from The Trust are still running their businesses three years later, compared to the national average of 61%.
Becoming an Enterprise Fellow
Each Enterprise Fellow commits to becoming a Patron of The Prince’s Trust. This enables The Prince's Trust to support over 50 aspiring young entrepreneurs.
A bespoke and tailored relationship is offered to each Enterprise Fellow, providing a range of ways to get involved. Fellows receive personal updates on the impact of their support, and are invited to a number of exclusive events throughout the year. Some Fellows also choose to become more actively involved, mentoring our young people, as well as delivering ‘Inspirational Talks’ on the Explore Enterprise Course.
We are passionate about demonstrating the value of your support and bringing you closer to our work and young people. If you would like to find out more about The Enterprise Fellowship and how you can invest in our work, please contact Hibba Al-Atrakchi at Hibba.Al-Atrakchi@princes-trust.org.uk
- Sir Stelios Haji-Ioannou – Chair, Enterprise Fellowship
Ola set up her business with support through our Enterprise programme. Now, she's selling face masks on notonthehighstreet - a long time supporter of The Prince's Trust.
Attila's business, Altar Pottery, which provides ceramics enthusiasts of all levels a place to get creative, was affected by the coronavirus pandemic. But a Prince's Trust mentor and business loan became a lifeline.