OU on the BBC: Just Do It

Updated Friday 10th June 2005

How best to turn a bright idea into a thriving business?

The days when 'small business' meant a Del Boy operation are over. Entrepreneurs are the saviours of the new economy - but can you join their ranks?

BBC Radio 1's Bobby Friction meets young entrepreneurs to find out how they turned their ideas into action - and action into success.

 

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