Pigeons are now coming home according to the FT:
Six months later, more than three-quarters of the money has been paid back, a success rate that would delight most early stage business investors.
The biggest profit was £410, generated by a student at east London’s Walthamstow School for Girls, who set up a homemade doughnut business, persuading a local shop to donate ingredients.
She returned the £10 to The Entrepreneur Channel, a satellite television station that funded the scheme, and donated the rest to various charities.
The average profit from the 50 biggest earning schemes was £99.33, according to Mr Barrett.
Yay Oli! Yay Doughnuts! Yay Walthamstow!