FUTURE INSPIRED! wants to inspire our audience so that they can turn little ideas in their minds into great and marvellous inventions for the world to enjoy. This will be done by promoting inspirational initiatives and inventions by young people both in and out of education, across many fields. It is proven that youths are good creators and risk takers because we have very little to lose and mostly more energetic. As a result, we are more daring and entrepreneurial. By bringing together these inspirational news, we can all motivate ourselves to start something good today.

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Kunle Jinadu, founder of ASHOEBI.COM, the online store for major African-themed clothing and accessories

// By Tunde Sobola on 29 October 2013

I heard of ASHOEBI.COM from a friend and it is a privilege to post this article about Kunle Jinadu the founder of ASHOEBI.COM. Kunle is a strong believer of indigenous African creativity; this passion was couple with innovation as ASHOEBI was launched in summer 2013. The clean and clever site allows customers to purchase majority of African attires and accessories online while delivery options are available to all buyers. I will like to introduce the man behind this forward thinking solution that usually cost many Africans enormous time, especially during festive seasons. Be inspired!

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Abiye –Yvonne Dede, founder of accessories by Abiye (AA), designs and hand makes African inspired accessories.

// By Tunde Sobola on 17 May 2013

Abiye is a PhD student at Nottingham Trent University; she has recently launched her fashion accessories line, ‘Accessories by Abiye’ while at university. We caught up with Abiye to discuss her journey and encourage young people to Be Inspired! Abiye’s journey shows that passion is a great asset to any successful business.

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Sam Bentley, founder of BSKA is an extremely passionate designer & entrepreneur from Birmingham. BSKA is a clothing company inspired by street art and popular culture

// By Tunde Sobola on 08 April 2013

Starting from the “always on” smile, Sam Bentley is a fundraiser for a construction project, Habitat for Humanity and Education Africa and he is all for turning his passion into business. We met Sam Bentley at NACUE conference back in Feb 2013. Here is how Sam described himself – “If you think of me as a cocktail, I’d be a mix of design and fashion, along with a dash of business and entrepreneurial creativity and lots of determination and passion” Read on, Be inspired!

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