Episode 2: Interview with Nile Henry, CEO and Futurist of The Blair Project
Engineering brighter futures using motorsport, STEM and Digital technologies.
Nile Henry is a man on a mission and full of energy and enthusiasm for what he does. The Blair Project is a social enterprise based in Manchester, UK and has just celebrated its 5th year in business!
In this episode Nile shares with us his entrepreneurial journey, his future vision for the Blair Project and also lots of advice and great tips that you can apply in your business too!
3 Key Takeaways:
- Get a coach or mentor to help accelerate your growth and challenge you
- Never underestimate the power of your network and asking for an introduction
- LinkedIn is an incredible tool that gives you access to key people inside and outside your own network that will help you grow your business.
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