Think Drink invited to 10 Downing Street!

Bency Silvester, founder of Think Drink was recently invited to 10 Downing Street by the Prime Minister David Cameron to celebrate small business along with the likes of Karren Brady from The Apprentice and James Caan from Dragons Den.

Other familiar faces at the event included Lord Young, Enterprise Adviser to the Prime Minister and George Osborne, Chancellor of the Exchequer.

Small businesses are the backbone of the UK economy especially during recovery from the recession. In recognition of this, David Cameron invited a select group of small businesses, including Think Drink, to show his support and to say thanks.

“It was an honour to be invited” say’s founder of Think Drink, Bency Silvester. “Very exciting and humbling at the same time as the Prime Minister was really interested in what we do. I also had a good conversation with Lord Young and Chancellor George Osborne”


Downing Street Invite

One of the countries youngest entrepreneurs, twenty two year old Bency Silvester met the Prime Minister, David Cameron at a reception in 10 Downing Street to celebrate small business.

The timing was very advantageous for Bency as he is about to launch a unique range of healthier energy drinks called ‘Think Drink’. One of the special ingredients they contain is a herb called Guarana, which is often used to enhance alertness, alleviate fatigue and provide a general brain boost. Think Drink is completely natural and also have the added benefit that they contain no added sugars, artificial colourings, flavourings or preservatives.

In creating Think Drink, Bency has won many awards for his outstanding enterprise including a short-listing in the Lloyds TSB Enterprise Awards and as a finalist for David Cameron’s 2012 Start Up Hub Competition.

“It was a thrill to meet David Cameron and to have had the opportunity to give him one of my drinks to sample. Even the most well educated and intelligent people can gain from a little brain boost. It might even give him an edge in Brussels.” says founder of Think Drink, Bency Silvester.

On receiving the drink and reading through the label, David Cameron replied “I could use a Think Drink to sharpen my mind.”

Think Drinks aim to fill what is a striking gap in the fast growing energy drink market and that is a product that is effective yet more healthy. This is also in line with the government’s current healthy drinks debate.

“After the PM’s positive response to my Think Drink, I’m planning to supply the whole cabinet with free Think Drink as in these tough times a sharper thinking government has to be good for the country”.

For more information, please contact Think Drink at

The NHS and FSA recommend that any drink with caffeine content of more than 150mg\l be labeled ‘High Caffeine Content’ and deemed unsuitable for children, pregnant women and persons sensitive to caffeine.

All three varities of Think Drink fall under the level recommended by the NHS and FSA with the highest of the the three being 124mg/l.


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Piccadilly House
49 Piccadilly
M1 2AP

Downing Street Invite

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