A disability need not be a barrier to business success
Three entrepreneurs share the challenges and opportunities of starting-up a business when you have a disability.
Ross Linnett was not diagnosed with dyslexia until he was 22-years-old, which was a huge weight lifted off his shoulders. He thought that he might be dyslexic when he was at school, but his teacher replied that he must not be trying hard enough.
Mr Linnett always wanted his own business, and he was encouraged to learn that successful entrepreneurs, such as Sir Richard Branson and Lord Sugar, also had dyslexia.
His business idea came from the frustration of using assistive technologies designed to help with tasks such as reading and writing.
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