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Fund helps to sow the seed of a bright future

Fund helps to sow the seed of a bright future

The Centre for Entrepreneurial Education, headed by Sue Poole, enterprise education manager for the South West Wales Regional Hub, has launched the Swansea Seed Fund, which aims to encourage those aged between 16 and 25 to grow a 'sapling' of an idea to a successful business start-up. Every budding entrepreneur will receive £500 to help them on their way and mentored by a number of businesses. Help will be available from Santander, Lloyds, the City and County of Swansea and a number of other companies.

 

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