SJL’s Simon Lancaster and Sarah Harker tell Ian King at Sky News what they think about being an apprentice and hiring them.
BBC News covers the story of the SJL Foundation helping start-up businesses. View the full video here.
The SJL Foundation’s first ever black-tie ball saw business figures raise funds for exciting new business ventures and the Acorns Children’s Hospice.
The inaugral SJL black tie ball raised more than £37,000 for charitable causes on a night of fizz, food and fun and games.
Business start-ups and a children’s charity have been given a boost after more than £37,000 was raised at a black-tie event.
A Balderton woman who started her lingerie business less than a year ago is a finalist in a national competition for start-up businesses.
BBC Radio Nottinghamshire report: SJL Foundation winner Janice Holmes and SJL judge Kerry Hopkins feature on morning show.
A small business that encourages girls to use running as a mindfulness technique has been names among the “most exciting” start-ups in Britian.
Nottinghamshire Live: Janice Holmes, 55, underwent breast surgery when she was 19 and felt like she “lost a part of her femininity”.
A new business pitching competition shows that modern enterprise will be defined by a marriage of ethical impact and commercial viability.