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Enabling refugees to thrive  through the power of their own ideas

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Featured Entrepreneur: The Syrian Sunflower,
alias Majeda

Majeda is a human rights activist from Syria who is also a talented chef and food lover! @syrian_sunflower_kitchen

Since arriving in the UK she has dedicated her time to advocacy work on behalf of aid charities in her home country. She wants to use food to bring people together and set up The Syrian Sunflower as part of TERN’s Start Up programme.

She now offers home-made Syrian catering for events as well as cookery classes and exclusive supper clubs.

Meet some of the 160 TERN ENTrepreneurs

Chineze

Healthy Nigerian Catering
Entrepreneur @Nana Nokki

Usman

Socially Conscious Coffee
Entrepreneur @Haven Coffee

Muna

Social Cleaning Company
Entrepreneur @Pure Honest Star

Ahmed

Street Food & Catering Entrepreneur @Osman’s Market

TERN's MISSION
TERN enables refugees to thrive through the power of their own ideas.

Our goal is to launch
1000 refugee-led
businesses by 2025.

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Square Co-founder and CEO Jack Dorsey  (second left) meets members of The Entrepreneurial Refugee Network (l-r Muzaffar Sadykov, Naglaa Sadik, Usman Khalidto) to discuss how technology is opening up new opportunities for refugees breaking barriers in the UK. Square announced its new collaboration with TERN as part of a series of Square events for London Tech Week. PRESS ASSOCIATION Photo. Picture date: Tuesday June 11th, 2019. Photo credit should read: Matt Crossick/PA Wire.

TERN entrepreneurs met with Twitter & Square CEO Jack Dorsey to talk all things tech! 

TERN is featured in The Times alongside 3 entrepreneurs we’re proud to say we work with! 

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Meet the entrepreneurs who took part in the London edition of the annual food festival supporting refugee chefs – read more below.

TERN

TERN (The Entrepreneurial Refugee Network) is a social enterprise and nonprofit, registered as a community interest company limited by guarantee in the United Kingdom.

We support refugee entrepreneurs in the creation and development of their businesses, providing services throughout three stages of entrepreneurial process: business exploration, business start-up and business growth.

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