"I didn't create Young And Minted.com to annoy people, more to inspire people and to show that it's not all doom and gloom in today's economy. We invite people to send in their recession busting photos to be shared via our social network channels.
(PRWEB UK) 14 January 2013
Scaleogy Ltd have announced that they have launched a sister website to the luxury and lifestyle website, Scaleogy.com.
The new website is called http://www.YoungAndMinted.com and it's already getting a fair bit of attention. With the slogan 'What Recession?' it's clear what the website is all about: wealth and success.
"I didn't create Young And Minted.com to annoy people, but to inspire people and to show that it's not all doom and gloom in today's economy. There are a lot of people still making a lot of money even while the so called 'recession' or 'credit crunch' is going on. We invite people to send in their 'recession busting' photos to be shared via our social network channels and on our website. People can use our hash tag #youngandminted to tag their photos on twitter and instagram and if they suit what we are trying to do we will add them to out website and distribute them out to the world. We credit the companies, and social media users involved because this is a great way for them to get traffic and attention online" Says the YoungAndMinted.com founder Ben Hulme.
Just turn the news on for more than a minute and one will hear about the so called recession and how there is an economic collapse, YoungAndMinted.com has been created to inspire people to achieve results and make money. It could be considered arrogant or 'showing off' but the founder Ben Hulme has said that it's all for inspiration and for people to share their achievements with the world.
"The UK has a really strange view on success. In the USA if you are successful people want to know how you have done it, they ask questions and want to learn how they can do it themselves. In the UK, we have a much moree envious, almost jelous streak where people think that you have been born with a silver spoon in your mouth. It's wrong because chances are that person has worked their backside off to get to where they are today. This is a real issue for me because I think that if more people were to learn how successful people and entrepreneurs got to where they are today, more people would enjoy the luxuries life has to offer. Let's learn something from our American friends and celebrate success and learn from it rather than ridicule those who are successful." Says Ben Hulme
The new website, Young And Minted can be seen at http://www.YoungAndMinted.com