£540 profit for Youth’s Business Venture

The Youth Service recently gave 10 youth groups £100 each to invest in a business project. The youth groups had to come up with an idea for a commodity that could be sold to the public. Any profits made were to be kept to reinvest in the youth club activities.

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The Isabella Youth Club made Shamballa bracelets which they sold to user groups in the community centre, at ASDA and at the Town Team’s Blyth Victorian Market.

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The Isabella Youth Club made a profit of £540 on the initial investment of £100.

The four youth groups that make the most profit will go forward to the Dragon Den stage where they have to have to make a presentation to a panel of judges made up of executives from the Youth Service. The winner receives an extra £50 for their youth club

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