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VIDEO: 21 Days of enterprise and employability campaign launched

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21 SPECIAL guests gathered at Northbrook College for the official launch of the 21 days of enterprise and employability campaign on Monday afternoon.

The campaign, which will see countless opportunities for existing and aspiring entrepreneurs and students to get free support and advice is underway, with creating jobs and inspiring businesses top of the agenda.

At the launch, attended by a host of business and community figures, guests munched on 21 specially-made cakes, in-line with the ‘21 days’ theme.

CEO of Worthing and Adur Chamber of Commerce Tina Tilley, one of the main organisers of the campaign, said: “It is great to finally launch, with a lot of enthusiasm.

“I am really excited about the prospects that are in store in the three weeks. It is another great success story to support business, the community and education providers in working together.”

 

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