Letter from the editor, Tyrone Smiley:

Welcome to issue #9, our first issue of 2013! This issue brings forth our new levels; the magazine has been given a makeover, we’ve revamped our regulars and expanded fashion section!

With the New Year and current climate of job cuts we decided to focus this issue on some of the UK’s youngest and most inspiring entrepreneurs. Their aim is to generate jobs and take risks to better themselves and create pathways for others. Whether it is pursuing their passions, taking their natural talents to the next level or turning their dreams into reality, their set goal is to be successful.

We feature young entrepreneurs as young as 12. Among them is the talented Zoom, who has released 7 comic issues, having started creating short stories from the age of 8!

If you’re into UK’s urban music scene, you may be familiar with the ‘Link Up TV’. We speak to CEO Rashid Kasirye who gave us an insight into his success.

We also got the chance to interview 21-year-old fashion illustrator Hayden Williams, who recently a released his debut fashion collection. His illustrations have been blowing up the web, and have captured the attention of celebrities such as Rihanna and Kim Kardashian. As well as being named amongst celebrities as one of fifteen ‘stylish people to follow on Instagram’!

Not only are we bringing you our best issue yet, we’ve launched our new look site!

It’s a new year, and we’re embarking on new levels in all aspects with even greater things to come!

01.03.13 is just the beginning. #NewLevels


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E2E Magazine Issue 9 (Entrepreneur Brixton Special)

Letter from the editor, Tyrone Smiley:

Welcome to a special edition of Endz 2 Endz Magazine. This is our first ever printed magazine, produced by a group of young people from Brixton; who signed up to our first Cr8tive Project during the Easter holidays.

In this special edition we feature entrepreneurs, presenters and community heroes who give an insight to their empowering life changes.

We feature Solomon Smith, a youth worker supporter who is the founder of Brixton’s Soup Kitchen, who speaks on his inspiring work with the less unfortunate.

From the blocks to working out, we talk to Block Workout founder, Terroll Lewis, on how he transformed his everyday workout into a business.

It’s our first ever printed issue packed with local community heroes it is small but there is much more to come!

YOUth Space Magazine – Summer 2013

E2E Magazine Issue 9 (Entrepreneur Brixton Special)

About the YOUth Space Magazine:

The Lambeth YOUth Space Collaborative is a committed partnership of 10 community and youth focussed organisations striving together to deliver quality and relevant services co-produced with young people.

During the summer holidays, Endz 2 Endz teamed up with Metropolitan Housing association who deliver the YOUth Space programme, to create a “diary” of the 2013 summer schemes on some of their estates in South London (Clapham Park, Brixton’s Moorland Estate, Kennington’s Ashmole Estate and St Martins in Tulse Hill).

From sporting to photography workshops, the magazine covers some of the activities the young people took part in during their six week summer break.

Wize Up Magazine – 2014

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