When I was 22 and still a student at university I started my first company. I’ve decided to write a four-part series about my experiences, as what I did may be interesting and useful for other students and would-be entrepreneurs. The series will cover everything I learned from start-up to close down, and finally to transforming my business into something new. I look forward to reading your comments and questions, and I will do my best to respond.
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