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June was a fabulous month. I was fortunate enough to attend a Royal event alongside the British Monarchist Society chairman and his team, we had a ball. I was honoured to share a table with some of the most inspiring individuals one could hope to meet such as Garrison Sergeant Major Billy Mott,Richard Stone, Her excellency Winnie Kiap the High Commissioner to Papua new Guinea and Sir Timothy Ackroyd the co-founder of Tusk the wildlife charity. We look forward to featuring each of these marvelous leaders in H edition Magazine in the coming months.

July’s focus is entrepreneurship. In a world dominated by fast-paced dynamic change,entrepreneurship is at the heart of many of our businesses, our passions and drives our societies.It is a subject we at H edition can’t get enough of.

Our front cover is graced by Nish and Sach Kukadia, two brothers, who took the idea of a flash sales website offering brands we know and trust and showcasing them online in sales that last no more than 4 days at a time and offers discounts of between 30-70% www.secretsales.com has been chosen to be part of a new government-led Initiative – Tech City UK’s #FutureFiftyprogramme and we have the pleasure of making them our July cover story on pages 24-25.

As John Ruskin famously said,“When love and skill work together, expect a masterpiece”. Together with the Kukadia brother’s story we are excited and humbled to bring you some of the recent and most successful business ventures such as Catherine Spencer, the ex-England Women’s Rugby Captain from pitch to board room, blow LTD, the Audience HQ and Brand us Social across pages 23-33.We are huge advocates of individuals that take the leap into the world of being an entrepreneur, and the courage, dedication, skill and passion that these amazing leaders have taken to pursue their business dreams.

“If you’re offered a seat on a rocket ship, don’t ask what seat! Just get on”– Sheryl Sandberg

I, for one, after spending 20 years in media would still definitely take the spare seat.

See you next month!

Dina Aletras, editor