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In pictures: Duke of York and Nominet launch iDEA Digital Enterprise Award scheme

The latest pics from Buckingham palace.

By Amy-Jo Crowley

The Duke of York and the Nominet Trust, a UK charity, launched an award scheme at Buckingham Palace to help young people in the UK develop the skills they need to set up and run their own business.

The Digital Enterprise Award scheme (iDEA), which has already invested £150,000 in seed funding, aims to support more than one million entrepreneurs in total.

CBR looks at the latest pics from the launch.


The Duke of York, Prince Andrew, was joined by artist and entrepreneur


George the Poet, a rapper and a spoken word artist, is supporting the iDEA scheme.

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Alina Tjurina (student),, Prince Andrew, Annika Small (CEO of Nominet Trust) and Hussein Frattner (student)



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