Millennial Leadership event – 6th June 2017

Video impression of our latest Millennials breakfast briefing on 6 June 2017.

Start your day by changing your life! As you know, merrily steering your career along a predetermined course just isn’t the way things work these days.

The climate of digital innovation means your skillset needs constant monitoring and renewal. And employers are as unsure about the future as you are.While you can’t guarantee success, you can prepare for it – and doing that should be exciting and energizing. It’s about learning and staying interested, about recognizing opportunities and pursuing them, about sharing tips and getting keyed into innovations which will become game-changers. It’s about speaking to people who have opened doors you didn’t even know were there.

To that end, please come with curiosity and openness – and a healthy appetite – to our next young professional breakfast. You’ll engage with people from across a wide variety of sectors and hear a talk from Arnold Du Toit, Arnold is the founder and CEO for Drive Daddy and RolleyGolf ltd. A qualified design engineer with a MBA from South Bank University, Arnold has spent the last 10 years developing smarter technologies in personal transport for future landscapes, most recently developed for the world’s first Hop-on golf trolley.

To fuel your discussions and active listening, we’ll get the juices flowing – quite literally – with all manner of delicious concoctions and other goodies, from smoothies to good old-fashioned pastries and coffee (lots of that). I look forward to meeting you on the day!

  • “Excellent event with lots of opportunity for networking” (Merlin Entertainment)
  • “Great event, with an opportunity to discuss current matters regarding Millennials” (Photo box)
  • “Really interesting workshop, lots to think about!” (PwC)

The location for this event is Wallacespace, Covent Garden, 2 Dryden Street, London WC2E 9NA between 7:30am to 9:30am on the 6th of June 2017.

If you’d like to attend our next Breakfast Salon click here to register. Or send an email to