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How to Make Your First Million: In at the Deep End


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The success stories of engineers and inventors who became businessmen and are making the products of tomorrow's world-now.
Peter Stone and Bryan Silcock report on three teams that chose to go...
In at the Deep End

In one case a BBC film crew went - literally - in at the deep end with them. Producer, reporter, cameraman, and managing director all went to the bottom of the English Channel to discuss the firm's new product - and to make a film using it.
The three firms in tonight's programme have more than one thing in common: their bosses were all key engineers in large firms who left to set up on their own; they're all building up their own unusual branches of the electronics industry; they all chose to set up in development areas; and they're all well on the way to their first million.


Reporter: Peter Stone
Reporter: Bryan Silcock
Director: Alan Grimley
Producer: Alec Nisbett

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How to Make Your First Million: In at the Deep End

BBC One London, 7 August 1968 18.35

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