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Offer young people a business education to tackle inequality, says entrepreneur

A young businessman has said offering young people from low-income or under-represented backgrounds an entrepreneurial education can help to tackle societal and racial inequality. Born and raised on a South-London council estate, British-Ghanaian William Adoasi, 31, founded high-end watch brand Vitae London in 2016 and recently saw the company surpass one million US dollars in revenue. For every watch sold, Vitae London supports a child in aub-Saharan Africa through education – providing them with two sets of school uniforms and shoes for a year or a solar-powered lamp so they have a light source with which to study.
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