Jack Parsons named one of the 100 'Faces of a Vibrant Economy' by Grant Thornton
Jack Parsons, CEO of a millennial start-up, was named one of the youngest 100 "Faces of a Vibrant Economy" which celebrates leaders from across the public, private and third sectors, who exemplify what it takes to develop a vibrant economy. Parsons was named one of the faces alongside Tom Blomfield, CEO of Monzo Bank; Professor Steven Broomhead, CEO of Warrington Borough Council; and Mark Goldring, CEO of Oxfam.
This year, Grant Thornton has curated its second annual list of 100 Faces. From emerging entrepreneurs to big business names, the list of 100 Faces showcases individuals who are delivering against growth, innovation and social purpose.
It has often been said that when it comes to job hunting, it’s who you know, not what you know. Parsons has set out to help resolve the issues this can present to young people who lack professional connections. Parsons is using online and offline methods to make an impact to our future talent.
Parsons (pictrued) said, “I'm very delighted to be picked by such a well known brand, Grant Thornton as one of the faces. I have to say that my team deserve a big thank you - all the hard work that have been put into launch several online and offline methods for the greater good for young people goes to my team.”
Find out more, at https://faces.grantthornton.co.uk/faces/jack-parsons/