Updated: Apr 16, 2020
As founder and CEO of FouGen, a Social Enterprise pioneering new recruitment solutions for corporate organisations, Sandy Idigbe was keen to lend her voice at a BBC discussion on the latest Hampton Alexander Report. As an entrepreneur dedicated to helping young people reach their full potential, Sandy is using her profile to create a more level playing field across industry, which includes the issue of Women on the Board.
The Hampton Alexander Report is an independent review body with the key objective of increasing the number of women on company boards. As a successful young entrepreneur with a diverse business portfolio, Sandy is also a dedicated change-maker and represents the young voice on issues which affect their ability to succeed.
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