Innovation? It's child's play

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Recruiters could do a lot worse than learning from child entrepreneurs, as Roisin Woolnough explains

Heard of ‘The Wolf of Walthamstow’, real name Nathan John-Baptiste? A child innovator, he launched his own business with £5 when he was only 12. Three years later he had 11 employees and was reportedly raking in over £1k a week.

His business, called the Walking Talking Shop, was a very simple one – selling sweets and drinks to schoolkids in three different London...

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