To continue our celebration of some of the best young business talent in the UK, here are another 10 inspirational entrepreneurs who are yet to turn 30.
Amanda Campbell, from Kingston, is the founder of Comp-a-Tent. Her company designs tents for the more environmentally minded people, as they are completely biodegradable. Amanda's idea for Comp-a-Tent came at a music festival, and she founded the business in 2015.
London photographer Emma Jane specialises in wedding and commercial photography, and in the six years since becoming a photographer, has had a client list featuring celebrities such as Billie Piper and some of the most well-known commercial publications in the country.
Ashleigh, from Sheffield, won the Young Apprentice in 2012, and has since been involved in an ambassadorial role for Aspire Achieve Advance - one of the leading apprenticeship schemes in the UK. She gives regular speeches and presentations to young people across the country that are extremely well received.
While having issues with Youtube's licencing laws when he tried uploading videos of him gaming, Billy, from Preston spotted a gap in the market for copyright-free music. He then launched NoCopyrightSounds, a modern version of a record label where Youtube users don't have to worry about plagiarism issues. The business generates its revenue through advertising, and has managed to remain profitable since its launch.
At 24, Scotland's serial entrepreneur Calum Leslie has built up an impressive CV. Among other things, he started photo app Wooju, whisky subscription club Yoco Club and completed a law degree at Edinburgh University.
Hyrum and Josh Cook
Manchester brothers Hyrum and Josh are the founders of Zeven Media. Their company specialises in digital photo booths for events where people can immediately share the photos on social media as well as having them printed out. With high profile clients such as Selfridges and backing from Deborah Meaden, the future looks very bright for the brothers.
Northern Ireland's Maria was a finalist on the 2012 Young Apprentice and has since completed a law degree at Queen's University, Belfast, where she was the president of the law society. Maria has done various presentations to aspiring business people, and is currently working on launching a new, upcoming social media platform.
Michael started out in business at 12. When most kids his age were playing after school, Michael was rearing chickens in Zambia and selling eggs to local businesses. In July 2014, he launched social media app Tagstr, which helps users discover the world categorised by hashtags. The app is now downloaded by over 2,000 people a day.
Nina, from Luton, launched her company, DevaniSoft at the age of 14 to provide better mobile phone security after her father's Facebook was hacked. She is also the youngest ever nominee for the Natwest Everywoman Awards, having been nominated in 2014.