The Prince's Trust Technology Leadership Group
(TLG) is the de facto corporate social responsibility initiative
for companies and individuals from the UK technology, media and
The group is dedicated to raising funds, support
and awareness to reduce the numbers of young people facing long
term unemployment. £10m has been raised by members of the group
since 2002 with hundreds of employees taking part on fundraising
challenges and working directly with young people on voluntary
Ricoh has been working in partnership with The Prince’s Trust to help disadvantaged young people build a better future for themselves.
Prince’s Trust TLG and IMLG supporters enjoy lunch with key speaker Ronan Dunne, CEO O2 Telefónica UK.
Steve Smith – who played for Miami Heat, Atlanta Hawks and won a gold medal at the 2000 Sydney Olympics during his 14-year career – visited a group of young people in Hackney yesterday to inspire them to fulfil their potential.
Nine teams from TLG member organisations Accenture and Cognizant took part in Wild UK 2013.
A massive thank you to all of the 1,180 employees from across our Technology Leadership Group who took part in the Palace to Palace bike ride on 22nd September 2013.
Jeremy Oates and Paul Hunter have been appointed the new Chairman and Vice Chair of the Technology Leadership Group.
James Bennet, co-founder of The Prince’s Trust Technology Leadership Group, has been recognised in HM The Queen’s birthday honours list for his dedication and services to young people, and has been awarded an MBE.
Global software company Lansa, has become a supporter of The Prince’s Trust and Member of the Technology Leadership Group
Prince’s Trust supporters gather for dinner and debate with Rohan Silva.
Richard Holway MBE, one of the leading ICT analysts and longstanding supporters of The Trust, was awarded an MBE in the 2012 Queen's Birthday Honours.