Ultra recognised as one of the Top 100 Social Enterprises in the UK!

Team Ultra are extremely proud to announce we’ve been recognised as one of the Top 100 UK Social Enterprises in Natwest’s SE100 2021!

The SE100 2021 recognises a variety of organisations who combine social good and business savvy to support and solve problems for individuals, groups and communities all over the UK. Organisations recognised include football clubs, community cafes, environmental impact organisations and lots more.

Tim West, founding editor of Pioneers Post, who created the SE100 in partnership with NatWest more than a decade ago, said: “It’s always a high point of our year to reveal the names of the UK’s top 100 social enterprises, and a real pleasure to give these organisations and their teams some well-deserved recognition.

Founded in 2015, Ultra Education C.I.C. has sought to use entrepreneurship to inspire positive and lasting change in the lives of young people who would otherwise suffer with disadvantage at their starting point.

In doing so we have supported 1000s of young people to start and grow their own businesses, working with schools, charities, local authorities, housing associations and lots more.

Speaking after the announcement, Ultra Education’s Founder and CEO Julian ‘The Ultrapreneur’ Hall said: “It’s always great to have Ultra Education recognised for our work with young people and a big thank you to Natwest and Pioneers Post for including us in their top 100 UK social enterprises. Team Ultra are committed to ensuring we support and inspire as many young people as we can through entrepreneurship and will continue with our goal of equipping children with the skills they need to be successful in the future.”

To find out more about Natwest’s SE100 click here.

Find out more about our upcoming events and programmes for young people here.

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