We don't have cool neon lights promoting social change, but we want our impact to be achieved through a culture and environment that resonates with youth

We don't have cool neon lights promoting social change, but we want our impact to be achieved through a culture and environment that resonates with youth

Our Impact

As a startup driven by solving problems for real people, the impact we have is how we measure our success. We are constantly striving to provide as much value as possible, to as many people as possible. As we are just starting out these metrics are impact goals for our year ahead.


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Blog contributors

Our blog is the only one we are aware of that is exclusively for contributors aged under 25. We pride ourself on being a platform for young people around the world to express their voices and have them heard. 

We surveyed youth aged between 16-23 across Australia and asked how important having their voices heard was and what was stopping them from expressing their voice.  

On average respondents rated the importance of 'having their voices heard' as an 8.9/10

  • about 29% said that they lacked the platform & opportunities to have their voices heard

  • about 27% had fears of being judged & lacking credibility

  • The rest identified things like age, gender, time and school requirements as limiting factors

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Events Held

Our events aim to help young people navigate the world with more confidence by having young leaders speak, workshop and network with attendees around key skills for the future. Our events also showcase some incredible local venues and businesses.

Do young people want to attend these events?

Percentage of respondents that wanted to attend an event as described

 

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People Impacted

Through our events and podcasts, we want to ensure our work creates meaningful impact for as many young people as possible. 

It is simple, Futures Collective exists as a hub and community to help everyone find true success, fulfilment and navigate the world with confidence. If we have generations that are growing up empowered with the skills, experiences and community to execute their passions and take on the worlds biggest problems, imagine the world we may live in.