Entrepreneur Theo Paphitis visited the School to speak to the Pigou Society. The discussion centred on entrepreneurship, flipping companies, starting a business, overcoming dyslexia with creative workarounds and problem solving. Theo also talked about Dragon’s Den, owning a football club and how current economic and political affairs are impacting business and the economy more broadly.
Theo was incredibly generous with his time and answered many questions from the boys.
The Pigou Society is named after the famous Old Harrovian economist Arthur Pigou (Mr Marshall’s 1891³). It attracts speakers from economics, business and finance, and engages boys in discussion on these fields.