Trainee Millionaire Club

If you didn’t know already it’s Global Entrepreneurship Week, and today I’m really excited to be able to post about something that’s been in the pipeline for around a year. It’s the upcoming ‘Trainee Millionaire Club‘, an online community website and resource for schoolboy and schoolgirl entrepreneurs!

My aim is to provide an engaging and exciting place where children can learn about about entrepreneurship and financial education, and also about responsibility, strong values, and personal development. There’ll be loads of great content from myself and other contributing experts, plus competitions, books, games, and much more.

One truly wonderful thing is that (without giving too much away) I’m in talks with local education establishments and it looks like I’ll be partnering with some local schoolboy (and schoolgirl) entrepreneurs to build and run the business. That’s so great… imagine getting some of the children that I set out to inspire with the Alfie Potts books actually working with me on the business and earning money from it!


We’ll be launching in 2012. You can find out more at and just by registering your interest you’ll get an electronic copy of ‘Alfie Potts the Schoolboy Entrepreneur’ absolutely free!

More news soon…

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  1. Great idea Mark! Our kids need more business and financial education, so many of them have no concept of how much living costs, how to earn money or what they need to do to protect themselves from troubled times. It’s simply not fair on them.

    I wish you every success with this – not just for your sake but also for the sake of all our children!!


    admin Reply:

    Thanks Gemma 🙂


  2. jon smith
    6 years ago

    Mark this sounds great and a really good concept. Looking forward to hearing more. Jon


    entrepreneur Reply:

    Thanks Jon! I’m looking forward to it.


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