Salisbury has been put on the map and now a young businessman is keen to maximise the exposure for young business entrepreneurs in the city.

“There is no better opportunity,” Salisbury Young Chamber president Daniel Rhind-Tutt told Valley News.

Salisbury Young Chamber Does Dragons Den is on November 1 and is reminiscent of the TV Dragons Den. A panel of six self-made Salisbury business owners will offer themselves, their cash, time and mentoring to help bring to fruition new fresh, vibrant ideas.

Dan added: “We are looking for business people who have ideas already in development, in existence or have plans. This can be a business, product, service, event, or anything else that can provide a tangible return to investors.

“For those pitching, it will be similar to the format for Dragons Den, and as a Young Chamber Team, we can provide details on how to deliver it.
“We have a significant amount of media interest, with the head of the council, businesses and lots of institutes behind it. I am exceptionally keen to demonstrate we are an inclusive city, and make the event very similar. “

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