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Manchester Evening News

by Ashley Warner April 08, 2010

8 April 2010

Young Manchester Entrepreneur Edwin Broni-Mensah has been awared £1,000 to help him develop his GiveMeTap business. The 24-year-old's enterprise enables people with his branded bottles to receive free tap water refills from cafes and restaurants in the city. The cash boost has been awarded under the Shell LiveWIRE Grand Ideas programme.

Ashley Warner
Ashley Warner


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