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‘We don’t want to work in a warehouse’: how a recording studio started by an Essex grime artist is opening doors

The Independent

March 2018

Young people are turning to their own business ideas to help them out of a trap of poor quality or precarious jobs

"No sooner was the post online than he [SmallzDeep] got a call from Grays Riverside, a group of residents that had come together to spend £1m in Lottery funding granted to the area under a Big Local programme. They asked him if he would like to take part in Thurrock Soup, a pitching event based on an initiative in Detroit where would-be entrepreneurs compete for a small amount of startup funding."

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