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A few weeks ago, we spotted an article on LinkedIn.

The title caught our eye immediately. It was called 'Searching for the next Mark Zuckerberg.' But it was the content which kept us hooked. The article detailed a company's search for mentors and business leaders, with a wealth of experience in their respective fields, to advise and guide university entrepreneurs.

So, we sent an email to the author of the article, expressing an interest.

A month later, we're thrilled to be able to announce our partnership!

Triple Seven Group has partnered with Surgify, an emerging new startup aiming to to bridge the gap between intention and invention and help more young people take their first steps in entrepreneurship.

Through their mentorship programme, they match talented student and graduate entrepreneurs with a winning business idea, with experienced business leaders who can offer strategic advice and guidance to help their mentees build their businesses from the ground up.

Triple Seven CEO Simon Taylor knows something about building a business from the ground up. Over his 20 year career in the Recruitment industry, he's built international teams, managed multi-million pound businesses, and most recently, built an extremely profitable startup business with a team of 18 in less than a year.

Simon is now one of Surgify's top mentors. Not only will he be offering strategic advice to his mentee, he will also be helping to source and offer funding to their business once it is up and running.

We are so excited to be working alongside a company like Surgify, equipping young people with the necessary tools to transform their big idea into a successful business.

If you would like to be Simon's mentee, please get in touch with Surgify founder Arun at arun@surgify.co or Simon himself at simon@777grp.com.

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