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The council is making a commitment to help Hull’s next generation of business leaders. The local authority has already invested £20,000 to support youth enterprise in the city.

The council is making a committing to help Hull’s next generation of business leaders. Working in partnership with the John Cracknell Youth Enterprise Bank, it has established a support fund of £58,000 and more than 80 business and employment mentors have signed up from across the UK, led by former BBC Apprentices Claire Young and Adam Corbally.

The council’s youth enterprise team is supporting with advice and training past, current and future young entrepreneurs through one-to-ones and online business training through video conferencing as well as tips and support through social media outlets

For more information, follow @HullsEnterprise, @JCYEB_Hull and @MCFCinHull on Twitter and mc4cinhull on Instagram.

The team is also lobbying extensively for a comprehensive support package for young entrepreneurs across the UK. For more information, search #MicrobizMatters, #ForgottenLtd and #Justice4TheNewlySelfEmployed on Twitter.