Zack originally received £140 in a start-up loan from Tycoon in Schools to get his business off the ground, and with it he rolled out five coding clubs and trained up a force of young coaches. During the first trading period, he taught over one hundred students advanced computer skills.
The students supported Rosemary at the ‘A Question of Brains’ event in aid of Steps, a Leicestershire-based charity for those with cerebral palsy, Down’s syndrome, and other motor disorders.
One of the flagship events of Global Entrepreneurship Week, taking place last week, The Business Show is all about connecting entrepreneurs. Taking place at Olympia, it is one of the largest shows of its kind in Britain.