HULL: A team of business experts will visit the city next month to inspire young entrepreneurs.
In Hull and the East Riding a recent survey of young people aged 13 to 21, organised by the John Cracknell Youth Enterprise Bank, revealed 74 per cent of them wanted to set up in business.
Next month, a double-decker bus, organised by national enterprise campaign StartUp Britain in conjunction with the Hull Youth Enterprise Partnership, will visit Hull.
It will take a team of entrepreneurs, business authors and experts to visit students in Queen Victoria Square on Friday, November 9.
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Blair Jacobs, chairman of Hull Youth Enterprise Partnership, said: "We just can't emphasise enough how important the start-up message is to this generation.
"Their grasp of the power of technology means they are not short of start-up ideas."
The visit, scheduled for 2pm is the final stop of a UK bus tour that will take in 40 universities and colleges.
E YORKS: Restaurants in the region are joining a campaign to help malnourished children.
During this month, Fudge café restaurant and The Pipe and Glass Inn are supporting Action Against Hunger's Love Food Give Food appeal.
The campaign is calling on food-lovers nationwide to help raise funds to help malnourished children.
Fudge and The Pipe and Glass will give customers the opportunity to add a small donation to their bill or offer dishes where a percentage of the cost goes to the campaign.
This year, the UK Government will match pound for pound all public donations in support of the appeal.
Action Against Hunger is also calling on people to get involved in World Food Day on Tuesday, October 16, by hosting a fundraising dinner party.
Visit www.lovefoodgivefood.org for more information.
EAST YORKS: People are being invited to take part in a hunt for shark and ray egg cases at Spurn Point later this month.
Yorkshire Wildlife Trust is holding the event on Sunday, October 21, from 11am to 1pm.
People can join trust staff in a search of the beach for "mermaid purses" and other coastline treasures.
Those wishing to take part should meet at the reserve's information centre.
BEVERLEY: People are being given the chance to try sketching during The Big Draw at Beverley Art Gallery in Champney Road tomorrow