Entrepreneurs in Kenya could see their businesses taking off - thanks to support from a Sheffield Hallam University student.
Dan Garlick, a final year business studies student, visited the Kenyan town of Nakuru as part of the global Balloon Kenya scheme.
The 21-year-old was one of 24 students from across the world picked to take part.
He spent six weeks working with a group of 11 local entrepreneurs whose businesses ranged from clothing stores and fruit stalls to shoe shops and motorbike transport services, while another wanted to start an affordable recording studio.
“They all wanted to grow their businesses and improve their standard of living, as some earned as little as £2 per day,” said Dan.
“We wanted to steer them away from the copy-cat culture that you see over there with stalls on every street selling exactly the same products.”
Dan later had the task of preparing his class to pitch their business proposals in a bid for funding.