We need to be helping the younger people in our country as they are the people who will be bringing new jobs and businesses into our economy. They are our future and we need to protect that.
London (PRWEB UK) 17 January 2013
Ben Hulme, A UK Based Entrepreneur is the founder of Scaleogy Ltd, an umbrella company, focusing on the lifestyle and luxury market.
Ben has gone on to launch YoungAndMinted.com a website aimed at inspiring people to achieve their dreams and realise that money can be made and enjoyed despite this tough economy.
"I decided to create YoungAndMinted.com after watching a TV show called 'What Happens In Kavos'. I was so shocked because one of the young girls in the show said: 'Our generation has got it so cr*p' and this really struck a chord with me. No one should live their life thinking like that, especially in this day and age. Don't get me wrong, I have done my partying and enjoyed 'lads holidays' but I never did it to escape my life in the UK. It seems wrong and I want to do something to encourage the younger generation to follow their dreams and ambitions" says Ben Hulme.
'What Happens In Kavos' has been described by some newspapers as 'sick' and 'disgusting' and showed the hedonistic lifestyle of some young British holiday makers in Kavos, Greece.
Ben's website YoungAndMinted.com shares photographs of real people enjoying themselves and literally loving life. This is a very good thing and with all the doom and gloom with the economy today, something that is needed especially within the younger generation.
"My site enables people to share photos of themselves enjoying life and having fun with the money they earn. It works via the social networks Instagram and Twitter and enables people to tag their photos #youngandminted. If the photos are right for my site, they are then added to YoungAndMinted.com and shard via our social media channels to our followers." says Ben.
Ben has big plans for YoungAndMinted.com and really wants to inject some positivity back into a world that's being described as 'cr*p' for the younger generation.
"I think that some people will find YoungAndMinted.com to be arrogant and 'showing off' but it's not there for that reason, it is purely for users to share photographs of themselves loving life in the aim of inspiring others. A lot of British people have a strange view on success, one which I think needs to change if we are to move forward. In the USA successful people are respected and appreciated but in the UK, most successful people are seen to have been born with a silver spoon in their mouth. This causes jealousy and that's not a good thing at all. We forget that its important to have entrepreneurs and innovators as they create many jobs and opportunities. We need to be helping the younger people in our country as they are the people who will be bringing new jobs and businesses into our economy. They are our future and we need to protect that." Says Ben.
The new website, Young And Minted can be seen at http://www.YoungAndMinted.com. Photos can be added directly on the site or by using the hashtag #youngandminted