Young entrepreneurship: new beginnings in Tottenham

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Young entrepreneurship: new beginnings in Tottenham
30th October 2014

Opposite the carpet shop which burnt down in Tottenham, thirty young entrepreneurs will pitch ideas to a panel of judges, Dragon's Den style.  

Organised by the charity somewhereto_, the evening is giving one entrepreneur a chance to start their business in one of a number of sites across the capital.

James Griffith, Jack Booth and Debbie Jelenke, all hopefuls at tonights event, explain why the space would be so valuable to their businesses and discuss the difficulties of starting a business - from having to meet in coffee shops to having no space for stock. 

Joining them is Athena Simpson from somewhereto_, who explains how the charity have provided space to 8500 young people starting businesses and what the level of young entrepreneurship is in Britain. 

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