InspiresMe Week 2014 has drawn to a close. Last week saw students intern in various businesses in the Workspace portfolio as part of a scheme organised by Workspace, Business in the Community and the Greater London Authority. Some students found themselves filming podcasts at public affair agencies, meeting pop stars at digital agencies or designing jewellery with artisans. If that can't inspire young people to set up their own businesses, we don't know what will.

InspiresMe Week 2014 has drawn to a close. Last week saw students intern in various businesses in the Workspace portfolio as part of a scheme organised by Workspace, Business in the Community and the Greater London Authority. Some students found themselves filming podcasts at public affair agencies, meeting pop stars at digital agencies or designing jewellery with artisans. If that can't inspire young people to set up their own businesses, we don't know what will.

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Molly on a tour of Silverglade Studios at Enterprise House

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Hayat at public affairs agency Snapdragon Consulting in Kennington Park

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Benjamin and Abdullah helping out with the accounts at Kennington Park

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Camarena and Rosanna behind reception at Southbank House

InspiresMe Week has been organised in partnership with Business in the Community and the Greater London Authority. If you'd like to find out more about helping young people for a life in the workplace, please get in touch with Business in the Community.