The John Cracknell Youth Enterprise Bank is all about supporting potential young entrepreneurs by giving them a grant and access to mentors to enable them to realise their enterprise dream. To-date we have helped 350 young people realise their dreams and with your help we can help many more.
Its primary purpose is to support and encourage young people aged up to and including 21 years of age to become more enterprising and to contribute to the City's target of creating 1,200 new businesses, and will assist young people to overcome economic and social barriers that deny them the opportunity of economic inclusion, progression and choice.
The John Cracknell Youth Enterprise Bank relies on support from young entrepreneurs, Hull City Council and businesses in Hull, East Riding, the town of Scarborough and the towns of Norton upon Derwent, Pickering and Malton in Ryedale. This is why we have introduced a new bondholder investment scheme in order to be able to give support to more enterprising young people; we would therefore appreciate it if you were willing to become a bondholder and that you would consider one of our three options on how to become involved.