ENTREPRENEURIAL students are marking Small Business Saturday today.
All the students have started their own businesses while studying A-levels and Btecs at Portsmouth College.
They all received mentoring, guidance and information on running a business through the college’s partnership with the Unloc Enterprise Academy on its E5 Programme.
The Unloc Enterprise Academy is run by social enterprise Unloc, which is based at the college and is led by former student and entrepreneur, Hayden Taylor.
Students sign up to a 12-week course in which they delve into the business world with mentoring from the Unloc team and entrepreneurs in the community.
Businesses taking part in today’s day, which promotes the benefits of small business, are; Digital Dinos, set up by Carl Hewitt, Rock Clothing started by Kieran O’Toole and Jason Franklin, Roses Bakery founded by Rosie Newton, Shop Geona, started by Megan Crosby and Kinda Holy, set up by Ella Poingdestre.
For more go to smallbusinesssaturdayuk.com/