Please provide examples of any previous entrepreneurial initiatives you have pioneered.
I have tried to set up a charity led by students that would build schools in developing countries (as you can see, I am really into education) but then I was accepted to University College London and my teammates did not want to work on the project without me. After I came to London I have taken part in London Entrepreneurs' Challenge where I have learnt a lot about entrepreneurship, setting up a company and I have pitched my idea for the student led charity but I couldn't find any co-founders worth-considering. Over the last summer I have also came up with the idea for the new mean of urban transport that would use the area above the streets and pavements in order to get rid of the traffic jams that cost billions of dollars. I have built a website (railwings.com), applied to some competitions and have tried to build a team of the best people to make project going.
Beyond your existing team, who else are you working with to achieve your objectives, eg partners, advisors, mentors?
I work in a luxury retail as a sales associate with a team of very experienced people from fashion industry so I develop there the skills and knowledge about the customers' buying patterns, preferences and behaviours. Additionally, I have met in London people such as Kelsey Ramsden who has been named the best female entrepreneur in Canada and Rupert Scofield, a veteran of micro-credits. They both have given me a lot of feedback. I have also talked about the project with a friend of mine who is a businessman and a news reader in the major radio station in the United Kingdom that millions of people listen to.