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From inmate to entrepreneur: Michael Corrigan

From inmate to entrepreneur: Michael Corrigan

17th May 2016

This is a case study featured in our From inmates to entrepreneurs report. Click here for the full report page According to Michael Corrigan, entrepreneurship was something in his blood from an early age. While at school he made and sold

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From inmate to entrepreneur: Duane Jackson

From inmate to entrepreneur: Duane Jackson

17th May 2016

This is a case study featured in our From inmates to entrepreneurs report. Click here for the full report page When Duane Jackson was just 13 years old, an educational psychologist concluded that he was a bright boy who would “either

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From inmate to entrepreneur: LJ Flanders

From inmate to entrepreneur: LJ Flanders

17th May 2016

This is a case study featured in our From inmates to entrepreneurs report. Click here for the full report page LJ Flanders’ promising future as an entrepreneur appeared to have met a premature end when he was sentenced to 14 months

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From inmate to entrepreneur: Gina Moffatt

From inmate to entrepreneur: Gina Moffatt

17th May 2016

This is a case study featured in our From inmates to entrepreneurs report. Click here for the full report page When Gina Moffatt was sentenced to six years in Holloway prison for importing class A drugs worth over £200,000, she was convinced her life was

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Prison entrepreneurship programme: Enterprise Exchange

Prison entrepreneurship programme: Enterprise Exchange

17th May 2016

This is a case study featured in our From inmates to entrepreneurs report. Click here for the full report page Enterprise Exchange (EE) is an organisation that specialises in helping people with additional barriers – including but not limited to prisoners

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Prison entrepreneurship programme: Leonhard

Prison entrepreneurship programme: Leonhard

17th May 2016

This is a case study featured in our From inmates to entrepreneurs report. Click here for the full report page In April 2009, Bernward Jopen was reading the Financial Times when he came across an article about the Prison Entrepreneurship Program

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Prison entrepreneurship programme: Startup

Prison entrepreneurship programme: Startup

17th May 2016

This is a case study featured in our From inmates to entrepreneurs report. Click here for the full report page Startup is a highly successful charity established in 2006 which helps female prisoners set up businesses after their release. The programme

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Texas Prison Entrepreneurship Program

Texas Prison Entrepreneurship Program

17th May 2016

This is a case study featured in our From inmates to entrepreneurs report. Click here for the full report page The Texas Prison Entrepreneurship Program (PEP) is what you might call the gold standard of prison entrepreneurship programmes. Since its foundation

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Wayne Hemingway: man of the sea, entrepreneur of the resort

Wayne Hemingway: man of the sea, entrepreneur of the resort

29th September 2015
This is a case study featured in our seaside report. Click here for the full report page Britain's coastline is an enchanting ribbon of land that we neglect at our peril. Celebrated entrepreneur Wayne Hemingway explains that despite their unique

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Portrush and the astonishing seaside family food empire

Portrush and the astonishing seaside family food empire

29th September 2015
This is a case study featured in our seaside report. Click here for the full report page Entrepreneurial families in Portrush are building businesses and creating a legacy. Often returning home to the coast, their contribution draws in others attracted

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