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Member of European Parliament representing London

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Most of us rely on our phones to keep in touch with family and friends and they are essential for the modern workplace. Syed’s office has received many stories of people who haven’t been able to get through to doctors or check whether their children are safe when they go out in the evening.

That's why Syed has launched a new and different campaign, to learn the real impact of poor or non-existent mobile phone signal strength across the capital

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(Picture shows Syed with some of the Ark Academy entrepreneurs,  - left to right – Paris Lewis, Sylvester Akoto and Saad Nazir)

Syed  kick-started  Global Entrepreneurship Week in the capital by helping 180  students generate ideas that they will develop into products and  - literally  - take to market.

Working with experts from the MyBnk organisation, Syed helped the budding entrepreneurs of the Ark Academy in Wembley to create real businesses as part of the school- based enterprise education programme.

Small teams, working under Ark Academy’s Vice Principal, Carla Haslam, created business plans and worked out budgets. The ideas were pitched their ideas to a panel of adult experts and young people, who assess applications and select winners.

MyBnk provided the resources and support to develop the students’ ideas, taking them from the drawing board t o a pre-arranged marketplace.  Students competed for 0% interest loans of up to £40 per group.

The winners will be trying out their business ideas in a real marketplace, the Ark Academy  fair. The teams will be trying to convince consumers, in the shape of staff, parents and fellow pupils, to buy their products and services.

All profits will be going to various charities, including the BBC’s Children in Need.

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