Not only is it vital to have the next generation’s input and view with regards to policies which will affect their futures, it’s crucial to let them know their input is valued and required.
NXT has been established to engage the next generation through a series of events for those aged 18 to 30 years old, which will help them grow in their business careers. NXT events have provided advice on networking, financial planning and social media and will continue to be held in the future for young professionals, creatives and entrpreneurs.
However, a new and exciting magazine for the generation is being published for the next generation in schools and colleges to be inspired to follow a career in Oxfordshire and beyond with excellent examples of how young businessmen and women are carving out excellent careers for themselves at an early age.
Features in the first edition include Ellie Yendle, an HR apprentice from from Blenheim Palace; Hussain Manawer, a London based singer, poet and writer; New York based fashion designer, David Ben David; You HR’s Emma Crossley; award winning Sarah Jaycock of HS Composites; three times national champion boxer, Jordan Flynn; Radio 1 Xtra presenter, Silecta and many more.
NXT’s founder, Ed Rosser, said, “I am delighted to be working with Oxfordshire Voice and I look forward to helping contribute to a better future for all. We are really excited about the new magazine and strongly believe it will be instrumental in inspiring the next generation to begin a career, wherever that may be. ”
Schools and colleges can subscribe for copies of NXT Magazine and local businesses can sponsor copies of the magazine to be circulated amongst students. More information can be obtained at www.b4-nxt.com
If you would like to find out more about engaging with NXT, please contact Ed via the website. If you would like to support Oxfordshire Voice and you are aged between 18 and 30 years old, please contact Oxfordshire Voice about helping to contribute to finding solutions for the key issues facing all of us.