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WATCH: Free Program Trains People How To Start A Business — But Without Debt

British entrepreneur Alan Donegan visited Houston to introduce the PopUp Business School.

It’s commonly believed that you need money to start a company, but a British entrepreneur is spreading a different message and recently came to Houston.

Through the PopUp Business School initiative, Alan Donegan and his team train people with little capital, but a lot of ideas, on how to turn their entrepreneurial visions into reality.

Donegan co-founded PopUp Business School in the UK in 2011. His aim was to give business and enterprise skills to people who need them the most, like low income earners, the unemployed, and single parents.

Donegan and his team brought PopUp Business School to Houston’s Memorial City Mall in February.

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