Entrepreneurial success for local student

Local student gets ready for lift off with Business Launchpad success
Ann Graham from Crumlin reached the final of a Dragon�

Local student gets ready for lift off with Business Launchpad success Ann Graham from Crumlin reached the final of a Dragon�"s Den style competition, where she pitched to a panel of Northern Ireland entrepreneurs, for her equine therapy treatment centre business idea. The Belfast Metropolitan College mature student, who is currently studying Access Biomedical Studies, was one of seven finalists from 170 to reach the final stage of the Business Launchpad programme which helps to develop students�" business ideas and provide stepping stones for setting up a business. Ann is pictured with Siobhan Lyons, Head of Development at Belfast Met.

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Ann Graham from Crumlin was one of seven entrepreneurial students to reach the final of a Dragon’s Den style competition for her mental health therapy business idea.

The Belfast Metropolitan College student, who is currently studying Access Biomedical Studies, pitched her future venture to the Business Launchpad panel of judges during a live final held in the College’s new e3 building in the Springfield Campus.

Ann’s idea to use equine therapy to treat mental health conditions such as anxiety and depression secured her a place in the final.

 

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