Young Sheffield entrepreneur Adam Bradford is launching a search for the city’s best young business brains – with the second edition of his enterprise challenge.
The 20-year-old will use his own cash to back the best ideas after hopefuls make their pitches after a day of mentoring and advice.
The former pupil of Westfield School, Mosborough, is keen to support young people who want to follow in his footsteps and start up their own businesses.
Adam has a number of businesses in the business computing and IT field.
He said: “The enterprise revolution is kicking off and even if young people don’t want to start up a business, having those go-getting skills is a major boost to their futures.
“I’ve made it my mission to make those futures as bright as possible.’
Adam has just returned from a round-the-world trip visiting emerging economies in the Middle East and Brazil.
He is due to return to Brazil soon to discuss how entrepreneurs can help solve social problems.