Britain’s Top Real Role Model 2012

Oct 22, 2012

Building on the success of last year, Amway UK has launched Britain’s Top Real Role Model 2012.

This year the initiative aims to uncover real role models in society who make a difference in their communities.

Judged by a high profile panel including Jo Fairley (Founder of Green and Blacks) and Melanie Bryan (BTRRM winner 2011), the winner will be awarded £10,000 by Amway UK to start their own social project, and get mentoring support from the Amway Academy.

Amway UK is calling for people to people who stand out from the crowd with a passion for social entrepreneurialism, a strong community/charitable vision and achievements in running a business/community project. 

If this sounds like someone you know, visit the website now to nominate.

Thanks to Sarah Wellner for sharing this story.

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