Students' Winning Plaster Design To Help Malawian Communities

13 JUN 2011

Budding teenage entrepreneurs could teach contestants on the BBC’s The Apprentice a thing or two after a product they designed has gone on sale at a leading supermarket. Packs of funky animal-print plasters aimed at children and designed by three students from Bushey Meads, a Hertfordshire high school, are being sold in almost 1,700 Co-operative outlets after the students impressed bosses at the Co-operative Group — and Doug Richard of Dragons’ Den fame.