One student, Sinan Assaf, signed up for the Challenge and organised a team to help him with his mini enterprise called ‘Cheaper Computer Care’ and offered his services as a computing technician.Sinan had business cards printed for free in exchange for distributing the printing company’s leaflets. He advertised his services on his website and negotiated advertising for outside companies on his website in exchange for a percentage of any sales generated through he website. He used his £10 to travel to London to work for one of his new clients. Sinan worked with three of his friends to make a fantastic profit of £370.24 from the £10 loan.
In the photo-left to right-are Anna Fitzgerald-Clark (3rd year multimedia technology and design), Sinan Assaf (3rd year computer systems engineering), Fares Moustaf, (1st year web computing) and Victor Ponsford, (1st year politics and international relations).