James’ challenge, launched in partnership with the social venture MyKindaCrowd, asks budding entrepreneurs to assess the business risks and opportunities of his latest business idea – a stall on Oxford Street selling Diamond Jubilee-themed T-shirts with his private equity firm Hamilton Bradshaw.
James is looking for the brightest, most talented and most entrepreneurial students who have the ability to evaluate, assess and respond to opportunity and change.
Participants in the challenge will need to consider all parts of the start-up business, including pricing, recruitment and growth. The winning applicant will get a week of personal work experience with James and his team, visiting James’ businesses in London and learning the ins and outs of growing a company.
“Today’s job market is all about getting yourself noticed and making connections. Young people know this and are keener than ever to prove themselves, so I’m confident this challenge will attract some great talent. The winner will demonstrate that they have all the passion, skills and ideas needed to start a business and make it grow.”
This is the latest challenge launched in partnership with MyKindaCrowd, a social venture which aims to connect companies with young people. A string of companies have already set challenges through the start-up, most recently Cisco, McDonald’s, Fujitsu and Sheaffer. MyKindaCrowd’
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