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The E-Millionaire show. We have to confess we lost our momentum on the coverage of this one. However, we can bring you confirmation of the winners. Both were very worthy sites - whether they were worthy winners or not, only time will tell.

In the end, the panel decided to split the prize money equally between two entrants.

Yourable.com from Joe Rajko was one of the two winners of the venture capital up for grabs on the Channel 4 game show.

Colin Robson's Schoolsforschools.com concept was the other site to benefit from the £2million jackpot. His site can be viewed via the E-Millionaire Show's home page - just follow the link above.

Channel 4 will follow both winners over the next year to see if they are able to turn the million pounds of venture capital into real businesses. We at wish both sites the best of luck. ®

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