Zuztertu a winner in the 2011 Future 100 awards


Gerlinde Gniewosz of Zuztertu named one of the

Future 100 Young Social Entrepreneurs for 2011


Gerlinde Gniewosz, founder and CEO of Zuztertu, is announced as one of the Future 100 Young Social Entrepreneurs of the Year on Social Enterprise Day during Global Entrepreneurship Week 2011.

Global Entrepreneurship Week is a worldwide movement of entrepreneurial people, with millions unleashing their enterprising talents and turning their ideas into reality

It began as Enterprise Week in the UK back in 2004. When news of the phenomenal success of Enterprise Week in the UK spread the globe, lots of other countries got excited about the potential of running similar initiatives in their own countries. Since its inception, Global Entrepreneurship Week has spread to 115 countries, with nearly 24,000 organisations planning more than 37,000 activities.

The Future 100 Awards were first launched in 2008 to recognise and profile young entrepreneurs running businesses, which have a triple bottom line. The definition of a triple bottom line, is a business that addresses people, planet and profit. They have a strong commercial foundation as well as a significant social and environmental impact.

The Future 100 Awards recognises the success of young entrepreneurs aged 18-35 who demonstrate entrepreneurial flair and innovation in progressing a responsible business venture.


Zuztertu is an innovative designer and developer of educational mobile apps and solutions.  They are the creators of the famous \"Pollock\'s Toy Theatre\" app for the iPad and the mobile learning platform \"ko-su\".  To-date, our portfolio of over 70 mobile apps, all available for download through iTunes and stretching across all age groups from small children through to adult education.  



Founder of Striding Out and organiser of the Future100 awards, Heather Wilkinson said: \"The future of our world is in the hands of individuals who are committed to generating commercial and ethical returns. 

Challenging economic times can offer opportunities to question the way we operate as both a business community and a society. We have a history of  profiling the \'Future 100\' young entrepreneurs who are changing the face of everyday business and improving commerce\'s impact on the wider world.\"

The Future 100 awards encourages and rewards extraordinary vision, ethical business practice and social responsibility. They aim to showcase businesses that offer innovative and sustainable solutions to social problems. The Future 100 Awards is organized by Striding Out www.stridingout.co.uk, a social enterprise which is committed to supporting the development and growth of young and ethical entrepreneurs.


17 November 2011
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