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Young people across Lanarkshire have learnt valuable business and entrepreneurial skills thanks to UKSE.

Pupils from across Lanarkshire got a once-in-a-lifetime chance to visit New York City last week, thanks to help from UK Steel Enterprise. 

Former tutor of maths and English Lisa Price has made a dramatic career change – launching a new café in Rhymney. 

A Middlesbrough-based recruitment company has taken on a new team member and moved into larger offices with the help of finance from UK Steel Enterprise’s Regeneration Fund. 

Sixty Year 6 students from Nook Lane Junior School, Sheffield have completed a business enterprise challenge that saw them work in teams to form a company, design a uniform and build a model car before pitching to a panel of business owners in a ‘Dragon’s Den’ style finale earlier this week. 

Sarah Williams has launched a business to help people make the most of the digital age. 

A family-run food business has ambitious plans for growth and it is thanks to Grandad Charlie’s secret recipe for piccalilli which is proving a winner with foodies and UK Steel Enterprise. 

Ebbw Vale Innovation Centre (EVIC) has proved a tremendous success since its launch 14 years ago, making a considerable contribution to the local economy. 

Pupils from schools across Lanarkshire are getting ready to land their dream jobs after learning how to successfully prepare for job interviews. 

Helping bridal parties look their very best for the big day is Michelle Skellern’s mission.