Silas Adekunle

Silas Adekunle Wins One Young World Entrepreneur of the Year Award

Created to identify and promote the world’s most revolutionary entrepreneurs, the Award honours five young leaders –aged 35 and under – who have been judged on the positive social impact of their business ventures and how they are transforming the way we work, learn, live and eat. These five young leaders were selected by a panel of respected international business figures from a shortlist of 20 young entrepreneurs from around the world.

Marisa Drew, Judge and CEO of the Impact Advisory and Finance (IAF) Department of Credit Suisse commenting on the Award,

“It has been such an inspiration to witness the incredible creativity, entrepreneurial spirit and real impact that this group have demonstrated with the businesses that they have created. These entrepreneurs have found new, underserved or poorly-served markets and have come up with innovative ways to deploy their talents toward creating businesses with the ability to scale and become the disruptors in their field.”

Silas is the founder and CEO of Reach Robotics, a company developing the world’s first gaming robots. He also recently graduated with a 1st class degree and has a 4-year background in robotics; he is currently located at the Bristol Robotics Lab which is the best robotics research centre in the UK.

He managed the Prince’s Trust’s “Robotics in schools” program in Bristol in partnership with UWE for 4 years, leading a team of engineering students into schools to develop the interest of young students in STEM through robotics. Reach Robotics was founded from his love of creating and sharing robotics with people both young and old.

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One Young World Entrepreneur of the Year Award is created to identify and promote the world’s most revolutionary entrepreneurs. The award honours five young leaders, aged 35 and under, who have been judged on the positive social impact of their business ventures and how they are transforming the way we work, learn, live and eat. These five young leaders were selected by a panel of respected international business figures from a shortlist of 20 young entrepreneurs from around the world.

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