He has previous construction experience and has been working through an agency to provide his skills on a property renovation project since being released from custody.
By his admission, he has made some mistakes along the way but is looking to the future now. He wants not just to be a sub-contractor but be able to secure his work too.
To enable him to take these steps forward, I’ve provided him with some new equipment as part of the Build Back Up project.
He said, “Being supported by David Morgan and Entrepreneurs Unlocked in this way is great. I can expand the range of services I offer, be more productive and increase my income too.”
Please get in touch if you work with people with previous convictions and want to be self-employed in the construction sector. Funding for tools and equipment is available, as well as support in getting registered with HMRC.
Let’s get more people like “A” to lead a crime-free future.