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ECHO Business : Brief Case.

YOUNG Enterprise, the project that encourages pupils to set up their own companies to experience the world of commerce and improve their chances of employment, is appealing for volunteers from Merseyside's business world Volunteer advisers help students set up and run their company and provide in-curriculum classes working alongside teachers. Time commitment ranges from one hour a week for six weeks to u p to two hours a week for an academic year. Contact 0151-549 3170 or

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LIVERPOOL PR firm Kenyon Fraser has strengthened its team by appointing a new account manager.

Darren Nugent, 26, originally from Omagh, Northern Ireland, has joined from Communique PR in Manchester
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Title Annotation:Business
Publication:Liverpool Echo (Liverpool, England)
Date:Aug 31, 2005
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