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Next Gen Champions

Coventry and Warwickshire Champions has shined a light on the top figures in the region, all under the age of 30.

Coventry and Warwickshire Champions has shined a light on the top figures in the region, all under the age of 30.

At the first Next Generation Champions event, GB Number 1 squash player Sarah-Jane Perry was joined for the panel session by Tommy Donaldson, former army paramedic and CW First Young Professional of the year, to discuss their careers.

One of the leading names in Coventry’s fashion industry, Chloe Hollingsworth, founder of Bottle Blonde Studio who have created tinsel jackets for Lady Gaga and Jessie J, was also involved along with Scott Willson, co-founder of Wotch, a new video-sharing platform which has signed an agreement with Channel 4.

The event was attended by around 100 young professionals and CW Champions members, with Advent Communications MD Adam Dent leading the session for the next generation champions.

Pictured: Champions Manager Nic Erksine (left) and Champions Co-odinator Sophie Davies (far right) with the panel of speakers, Sarah-Jane Perry, Scott Willson, Chloe Hollingsworth and Tommy Donaldson.

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