This page tells you a bit about all personnel involved in supporting the development of NJaTC.
We are working our socks off in order to make sure that the various local groups and the enterprise as a whole, is a big success and that 'it does what is says on the tin' - adopts a new and radical approach to changing the currently UNFAIR trading system in the world and in giving some of the poorest producers in the world a bunk-up out of poverty.... As well as providing some fantastic new skills for communities, delivering much needed work experience, growing a new generation of ethical entrepreneurs and breaking down the barriers between communities and individuals of course!
We are an eclectic bunch - with our age progressing from 18 to 'er...really old I suppose'. Our collective experience involves; business and enterprise, organisational management, third sector senior management, working in the social sector, international development, academic research, Whitehall advisory/consultancy, international and commercial ethical trading sector, 'fiddling with gadgets' and parenting (both small and adolescent) children. Overall, our interests range from developing new software/apps, tae kwon do, eating curry, watching horror movies, drinking coffee, going down the pub, trying to meditate and taking photographs of cardboard boxes (the latter being Ian Agnew).
We will do our best to regularly post news, information, extra materials and resources; share good practice, support and encourage you all. Please watch out for news and updates.
(PS - we are always on the lookout for volunteers. Contact us if you feel that you have anything to offer. Even if it is a random cardboard box for Ian to photograph.)
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