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Wired4Music congratulates one cohort and welcomes the next cohort of young leaders

The Wired4Music Leadership Programme is supported by RBS Inspiring Enterprise and hosted by Sound Connections. Launched in 2013, the programme offers tailored support to ambitious, music-minded young Londoners to fulfil their potential and bring their innovative business ideas to life.

This month we recruited nine young leaders onto the programme with a broad range of ideas; from developing as a vocal coach to creating an album with Wired4Music! We are delighted to have offered places to both existing and brand new Wired4Music members and are looking forward to supporting them to develop their ideas through 1:1s, bursaries and expert guest mentoring.

Our first cohort of eight young leaders successfully completed their Leadership Programmes in November having worked on their projects with Wired staff and guest expert mentors since April 2014. Congratulations to Delicia, Adem, K- Hero –N, Alex, Keiran, Josh, Ackeem and Kaisle. You can find out all about these fantastic young leaders and their various project by clicking here.

The Leadership Programme has added great value to my development” K- Hero – N

“This programme has not only focused on the project but me as a whole – connecting up the various things that I do. I’ve been able to use being a ‘young person’ to further being an artist.” Adem Holness 

“The inspiration and confidence gained from the programme [made me feel] I can make a change. Just knowing that Wired / Sound Connections believed in the idea has empowered me to make a change to other young people” Delicia Edgar

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