THINK YOU ARE TOO YOUNG TO MAKE A DIFFERENCE?
When he was only 13, Bejay raised £35,000 from his local borough to rebuild derelict rehearsal rooms and studio spaces for his youth club.
He later founded SUPA TUCK, an enterprise programme teaching students how to run and operate their own tuck shops in school. Within three years they reached over 5,000 young people, which led to the Supa Tuck social enterprise to be featured in Lord Young’s ‘Enterprise For All’ report, June 2014.
Now, aged 19, Bejay is the co–founder of SUPA ACADEMY – where teens and young adults can gain the skills, curiosity and confidence to take their first steps in enterprise. In July 2015, they hosted SUPA MARKET, the UK’s first ever youth-run retail & enterprise hackathon.