Richard Branson has long been outspoken on the role of the state in supporting entrepreneurs and nurturing young businesses, including the influence exerted on individuals within the education system.
He recently sat down with David Blunkett MP and the London School of Business and Finance for a frank discussion on the role of education. During the interview the Virgin Founder touches upon social responsibility, what we can get out of our education and why he was tempted to enrol in university at the age of 40.
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