CEO Secrets: The dads getting entrepreneurial in lockdown

During the spring lockdown, he set up “walking markets” for local entrepreneurs like himself, where people sell from stalls in their driveway, garden or garage. He also found success selling the chocolates online. People were buying them as gifts to be posted out to teachers, or for birthdays in lockdown.

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