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Did you know that over 50% of people in prison can’t read, or struggle to?

Talent that has fallen through the net. We believe nobody should be left out of learning.

Minister for Prisons and Probation,
Damian Hinds

"Entrepreneurship drives our economy and can provide a promising path for those who are ready to turn their lives around. It is heartening to see prisoners demonstrate the skills needed to succeed in business and life."


Centre for entrepreneurs
CFE believes the best way of turning motivated prisoners into entrepreneurs is through prison entrepreneurship programmes
Ambion fulfillment
Studies have shown that inmates who participate in entrepreneurial programmes are less likely to reoffend upon release.
Entrepreneurship education equips inmates with practical skills and knowledge to create their own opportunities.

A programme offered to all pre-release prisoners could save taxpayers up to £1.4bn annually by reducing reoffending - Startups.co.uk