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KidZania London’s KidPreneur Returns to Westfield ...

KidZania London’s KidPreneur Returns to Westfield This October

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Meet Britain’s youngest entrepreneurs as KidPreneur returns to the capital this month


Following the sell-out success of its inaugural event in 2017, KidZania London is bringing KidPreneur back to the city along with several inspiring speakers to motivate the young minds of today.

Head to Westfield London on Saturday 13th October to be inspired by a panel of young entrepreneurs who have taken over the KidZania City! Families visiting KidZania during the KidPreneur festival can attend interactive Q&A sessions in the Theatre, where they’ll find an impressive panel of talented young business leaders. The speakers will share insights into their personal journey to success, as well as impart tips for kids on how to make their business dreams a reality. Following the Q&A session, children can take part in a series of interactive workshops which will help them develop their skills and interests, whether that be in fashion design or building video games.

“This festival for young entrepreneurs is about discovering and nurturing the next generation of London’s business talent. It’s so important to encourage youngsters to develop exciting, innovative ideas, which could have a big impact on how we live and work in the future.”
Rajesh Agrawal, Deputy Mayor of London for Business

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This year’s brilliant panel of entrepreneurs consists of:

Tommy Mallet, CEO of Mallet Footwear, has proved he’s more than just a famous face. The 25-year-old ‘The Only Way Is Essex’ star’s footwear brand ‘Mallet’ is stocked in over 190 stores across Europe. Tommy’s openness surrounding his dyslexia has encouraged school children to rely on their hard work and determination to achieve their goals.

Louise Leolin is the CEO of DinoByteLabs which specialises in creating games with more diverse player experiences. Having founded the company at 24, Louise focuses on creating tailor-made digital worlds for consumers, while offering game design consultancy to brands all over the world.

Jenk Oz, dubbed Britain’s youngest CEO by Business Insider at just 12 years old, is the founder of the innovative children’s digital platform, iCoolKid. It specialised in content designed by kids, for kids. With a successful acting, singing and dancing career under his belt, Jenk regularly participates in seminars all over the world, often advising business leaders double his age.

Rose Dyson launched her cruelty-free, vegan lip care business, Pura Cosmetics, aged just 15 and with £25 to her name. Rose balances her business with her studies and business giants have already recognised her phenomenal achievements. She is the youngest ever recipient of both the Jacqueline Gold CBE Women in Business #WOW Award and the Theo Paphitis Small Business Sunday Award. She is also the current UK Young Trader of the Year.

Designed to empower and entertain kids, KidZania gives children the chance to challenge themselves and gets them thinking about which career they may choose to pursue.

For opening hours, a full schedule of talks, and to book tickets visit