Join Innate Motion at the Girl Up Mother Daughter Tea

March 16, 2017 | Kyle Fraser
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Innate Motion’s Femke van Loon and Joyshree Reinelt will be attending the Girl Up Mother Daughter Tea, organised by the UN Foundation of the same name, on 19 March 2017 from 2:00 – 5:00pm.

This event will support a classroom of refugee girls in Uganda, with half the price of each ticket used to send a girl to school for a year.

The event will take place at the Schlosshotel Rettershoff in Kelkheim, Germany. Femke & Joyshree’s address will cover several important issues affecting females in pertinent global sectors, while both attendees and Innate’s representatives will discuss how to best help the girls in Uganda.

Tickets are limited and will be issued on a first come first serve basis. To reserve a place, a fee of 50€ per person must be deposited into the following account:

Account holder: Frankfurt International School e.V
Bank name: Commerzbank AG
IBAN: DE15 5008 0000 0611 7582 00
Account No. : 061175 8200
BLZ: 500 800 00
Reference: 13952, Girl Up, Name of Ticketholder(s)

Additionally, please confirm your attendance via the following link:


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Driven by optimistic thinking; Kyle is an entrepreneur and challenger at heart who has a solid foundation in brand strategy, digital marketing & human-centred design. He has worked with some of the world’s leading brands, founded a digital agency and found success in business rescue. Kyle believes in the transformational power of business & brands on a social level.

He has a passion for philosophy, writing, diving into different cultures and he loves learning something new every day. Kyle was born and raised in Durban, South Africa – growing up through some of the countries most controversial and challenging times; the integration and collision of all races, cultures and ethnicities for the first time in its history. His purpose is to mindfully bring out the best in others, empowering entrepreneurs and marketers to look beyond their rationale and see the “human” problems to solve.