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£300 just the business for academy pupils

Pupils from Grace Academy in Darlaston have taken part in a Dragons' Den-style competition organised by Santander, in which they presented their business ideas to a panel of judges. The winners, who received £300 investment, were Brooklyn Davies and Kieran Kang, who had proposals for a personalised children's storybook, featuring photos of the child as well as their name.

 

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