Barton Peveril Sixth Form College student, Jeremey Williams has won 1st place in the National Side Hustle Game Changer Entrepreneurial Competition.
Your Game Plan provides students with the confidence and skills required to make the best decisions about their future as they transition from school. The initiative collaborates with top UK employers, offering sector-specific courses that provide insights into various career options.
Business student, Jeremy Williams maintains a clothing brand Wclothing, upcycling unwanted clothing with unique designs.
My business will reshape the fashion industry. There are no sustainable alternatives to fast fashion, the fast fashion business model is incredibly profitable and even more so when pivoted in a sustainable direction. Wclothing will be the first
The former student of Crestwood Community School (Cherbourg) won a £2,000 investment prize from the competition after being chosen from over 100 entrants. Participants delivered their pitch to a dragon den-style panel, including The Apprentices’, Tim Campbell. We wish all the best with Jeremy’s business!