Plymouth University awarded cash to help transform lives in Africa

Plymouth University has been awarded more than half a million pounds of Comic Relief funding to help transform thousands of lives in rural Africa.

Academics and students from the Futures Entrepreneurship Centre will work in partnership with the Farm Shop Trust, to help the organisation develop a sustainable and commercially viable supply chain for agricultural inputs across its network...

Students embark on entrepreneurial action project in Kenya

Two business students from Plymouth University are preparing to embark on a six-week project to encourage entrepreneurship within a Kenyan community.

Luke Mallard and James Holden have been selected to take part in the Balloon Kenya initiative, which brings exceptional young individuals from around the world together to work with budding local business people.

They leave the UK...