Jasmine Hetherington-Wilkes, 24, struggled to find a job when she left university in 2010.
After spending a year unemployed, she used a £4,000 loan from the Prince's Trust to help set up her own video production company, BOKO Creative.
She spent the first six months working for free to try to get her work noticed.
A year later she now employs five staff and says she "wants to take BOKO global".
She explains her top tips for people wanting to go into business on their own and become their own boss.
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