YENA’s networking events for young entrepreneurs and professionals in London are now sponsored by GoSquared, the web analytics specialists helping you turn your visitors into customers.

With the aim of improving how businesses manage, interact and learn from their customers, GoSquared is now used by over 1,000 organisations around the world.

Since starting at the age of 15, the three founders responsible for the company’s success have now turned their sights towards supporting the next generation of entrepreneurs at the start of their journey.

YENA is a membership community for future leaders looking to start and grow remarkable businesses. By connecting them with the right people and resources from the start of their journey, YENA makes growing a business faster, easier and more affordable. You can already access 50% off of the GoSquared subscription-based service as a member, but we’re excited to see where this new relationship takes YENA and it’s community.

The foundation of this relationship is a commitment from both GoSquared and YENA to support even more young founders & professionals by connecting them at local events in London, one of eight cities YENA is active in around the UK.

Ash Phillips, founder of YENA said of the partnership, “GoSquared are fantastic. Not only do they provide an amazing online tool that helps us manage our member enquiries more effectively, but this sponsorship is illustrative of their desire to really make a difference. A number of members are already using GoSquared and I’m sure more will, but this will help us support young founders, regardless of the tools & resources they use, via our flagship local events.”

Founder of GoSquared, James Gill said, “It’s a pleasure to be sponsoring YENA’s events in London. We started GoSquared as young founders ourselves, so we’re thrilled to support Ash and the team at YENA in encouraging future generations to build exciting new businesses.”

 

Grab your ticket to our next event in London here.

For more information on GoSquared, head here.