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Posted on 15th May 2020 in Young Entrepreneurs.
From healthy snacks for dogs, to sustainable swimwear and an empowerment platform for the next generation of women of colour, young entrepreneurs are continuing to thrive, innovate and achieve massive success in the entrepreneurial world. Their spirit, range of ideas and self-determination inspire us and thousands of promising young entrepreneurs up and down the country. […]
Young people from Black, Asian and minority ethnic backgrounds are more likely to work in unstable jobs, according to a new study.
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Whether their entrepreneurial spark was ignited by selling sweets to their friends in the playground, or later on in their teens or twenties, young entrepreneurs are becoming some of the most influential talent in the UK. They will be dictating how society lives, works, dresses and eats for many years to come. There are thousands […]
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Two-thirds of young entrepreneurs are concerned that the rise of artificial intelligence (AI) in the workplace could impact job prospects, according to a new report from Young Enterprise.
Some of the best, young entrepreneurial talent in the UK has been celebrated over the past two days as part of Making Business Happen awards.
Young entrepreneurs are twice as ambitious about their company’s growth prospects and four times as likely to hire new staff than older generations of business owners, according to a report by venture capitalists Albion Ventures.
Young entrepreneurs were celebrated last night (Thursday) at the inaugural Making Business Happen awards, organised by the University of South Wales.
Hallbookers founder and Westminster Business School student, Kristian Else has secured £75,000 venture capital funding following completion of his entrepreneurial-focused Business Management course.