Paige takes the plunge into business despite the economic gloom
A young entrepreneur from Bristol is taking the plunge to start her own business, despite the economic gloom.
Paige O'Brien, 19, from Fishponds has recently completed a starter start up business course after studying for a Business Diploma at City of Bristol College in 2010.
Business owner, Mr Hassan who has been working closely with Paige said: "Paige is a real inspiration to many. I first met Paige with her Mum in 2009 at City of Bristol College during an open event. From that day I knew Paige had a business mind and knew she could succeed. Paige has always had 100% concentration and given full commitment to everything she does. I would easily go into business with Paige!"
Paige O'Brien said: " I am over the moon that I have had this opportunity. I feel very lucky to have had the chance to gain so much experience and meet so many talented people. When studying Business Studies at school, I always dreamed about having my own business but never would of thought I would be where I am today."
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Paige is also currently undertaking Dental Nursing training which she will complete in November 2013 as well as caring for her Great Granddad and having an active role in her community.
Steve, a community member who works with Paige on a weekly basis said: "Paige is a very hard working young lady. She always puts her all into everything she completes. Our economy needs fresh input and young inspiration.The recession should not be putting a brake on creativity.
"If the worst of the recession is behind us, we can be optimistic that the UK's young entrepreneurs to come up with business ideas that will help the community."