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Grants for Young Entrepreneurs

Posted By: Thomas Shaw, 10:21pm Thursday 04 June 2009    Print Article

Well done to Mark Tayar from Recruitment Systems, who has set up a social enterprise called Hire Marks Consulting. They are currently offering financial grants to teach young people about entrepreurship in the community.

Hire Marks Consulting is a group of young people helping fellow young people to start successful businesses. It aims to help others profit but not create profits for themselves.

For more information on the grants, or find out how you can get involved visit the website http://www.hiremarks.com


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Article Tags: mark tayar grants social cause hire marks consulting entrepreurship community service

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 Grants (9:14pm Wednesday 13 January 2010)

Its good step to offer financial grants to teach young entrepreneurship - these efforts should be encouraged by government as well


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