Since launching his IT agency over a year ago, aged 19, Adam gained the support of Reggae Reggae sauce star Levi Roots who now mentors him. His company has already worked with clients such as Google UK and the University of Australia.
He has spent a lot of his spare time mentoring and inspiring young people to help them achieve their goals. He said: 'The current jobs climate leaves many young people without hope and I want to share my story and my thoughts to help young people consider making a job for themselves, instead of taking one.'
Recently he has become a Development Manager at Live UnLtd, a charity which supports young social entrepreneurs by giving out cash awards and support to help them to make a difference to society. Adam's tour of speeches has started to reach a worldwide audience and he has been approached to visit a number of countries in the near future to share his story.
On 4th October he is hosting a free event at Mycenae House in Blackheath to share his success with young people. The event will feature Adam alongside other successful young people, live entertainment and mentoring from Adam and expert business professionals who will be attending.
Speaking about the event, Adam said: 'It's really important that every young person gets the opportunity to become their very best. South London is an area of great interest for me and I'm really looking forward to inspiring the next generation in Blackheath.'
To attend the event or find out more, information is available at http://eawt-