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Win a free market pitch

PUBLISHED: 15:55 03 March 2010 | UPDATED: 11:27 12 August 2010

BUDDING entrepreneurs have the chance to win six months free market trading space in a competition. Bromley dragons can enter the Mark Your Mark In The Markets competition, run by Enterprise UK, to help start their business. The competition, now in its

BUDDING entrepreneurs have the chance to win six months free market trading space in a

competition.

Bromley dragons can enter the Mark Your Mark In The Markets competition, run by Enterprise UK, to help start their business.

The competition, now in its second year, was set up to help young businessmen and women to make their ideas a reality.

Some 80 markets from across the country have committed free space to this year's competition and entrants have until March 22 to submit their applications.

The competition has two categories - one for entrepreneurs who have been trading for less than six months and the other for those growing their business.

One shortlisted applicant per market will win up to 10 days free trading to prove that their product or service has what it takes to cut it in a real trading environment.

Judges will then visit each stall to assess sales and presentation before choosing two national winners who will receive six month's free trading, £1,000 towards stock, a business starter pack and free National Market Traders Federation (NMTF) membership.

For more information or to apply, go to www.enterpriseuk.org/markets.


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