We could talk all day, but nothing beats hearing it straight from the people involved themselves.
Dean, started as a DJ when he was just 18. He has now successfully built up a business providing professional DJ's, sound production, lighting effects and presentations for private and corporate events.
Durrell was made redundant twice after leaving university. In 2013 he started DGM Prints, a professional garment printing company that specializes in vinyl and digital printing.
Gbemi, 19, taught herself to sew when she was just 11 years old. She impressed judges on BBC One's Young Apprentice in 2011, and started Alonuko a business creating bespoke eveningwear, a year later.
Durning her prison scetence Gina turned her life around. Soon after he finished her sentence, we supported Gina to start her floristry business. Now, Gina's floristry business is a great success, as are her two Tottenham-based cafes.
Read our Q&A with Gina
Always a creative person, Hazel honed her skills to start her interior design business, Hazel Hall interiors. Hazel came to us via our Hackney Enterprise Centre and now, business is booming with Hazel Hall Interiors specializing in residential and commercial refurbishments across London and the South East.
Read our Q&A with Hazel
Lenique is a jewellery designer and Into Enterprise entrepreneur. Inspired by natural materials from the sea, her bespoke designs have been successful in the UK and USA. Already a Channel 4 presenter, Precious Award Winner and with a new website on the way, Lenique is looking forward to even more success.
Louise is a fashion designer. She runs Fuudhood where she specialises in mixing neon and patterns on hoods, jumpers and onesies.
Michael moved into the 639 Enterprise Centre with his team last year. They run the growing security firm Secure on Site, which offers training and security staffing services.
Monique started Erica-Renee skincare to help her two year old son's eczema. Now she is the Co-Director of an organic skin-care business that has just been spotted by ASDA representatives, and even better, the proud mother of a very healthy son.
Initially based in our Salmon Centre, Vanessa Sanyauke is inspiring young girls to fight gender stereotypes. Vanessa, is the founder of Girls Talk London
, a service that connects young women with senior women in competitive or male-dominated industries.
Read our Q&A with Vanessa
Weike started AfricaX5 in 2012 after spotting a gap in the market. Africa X5 is an online TV channel that showcases the very best talent and upcoming trends in Africa.