Silver tongued;Jotter

14th May 1999 at 01:00
There is real young enterprise at work at Silver Hammer, the young enterprise company at Inverkeithing High.

Now on their way to the national finals of the drive to make young people enterprising, having gained the Fife regional title, it transpires that the resourceful young businessmen and women set themselves up with cash from an out-of-court settlement with their local paper.

The paper failed to run an advertisement correctly (surely not - Ed) for the company's car boot sale launch, so Silver Hammer threatened them with M'Lud, got a favourable settlement and used the cash as venture capital. Nothing ventured . . .

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