Luke’s record achievement

PUBLISHED: 11:49 05 January 2006 | UPDATED: 09:24 06 May 2010

Luke collecting his prize

Luke collecting his prize

A YOUNG businessman has won an ipod in a competition aimed at helping people into self employment. Luke Muldoon, 20, from Shefford, was presented with the prize by Stevenage Business Initiative chief executive Michael Veasey and the senior business adviso

A YOUNG businessman has won an ipod in a competition aimed at helping people into self employment.

Luke Muldoon, 20, from Shefford, was presented with the prize by Stevenage Business Initiative chief executive Michael Veasey and the senior business advisor Philip Gould.

Mr Muldoon had taken part in SBI's learning for enterprise programme which offers free advice to around 100 people a year, aged 16 to 24, who are thinking of starting their own business.

Mr Muldoon works full time running his own online vinyl record store, warpedrecords.co.uk which he set up with the advice from SBI.


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