by Temitope Aina
Proworld concept has taken it a step further in its 2017 edition of the Young Entrepreneurs’ Summit, with the aim of providing platforms where prospective, renowned entrepreneurs and captains of industries are able to discuss topics bordering on youth aspirations, also ’employability’.
The event which was tagged, Enterprise Me is an eye opening avenue, where the youths are enlightened on the vital role which entrepreneurship plays in assisting the nation in not just being economically competitive, but also in reducing unemployment, thereby creating an economically, socially and environmentally sustainable future for the youth.
Speaking at the event, the Convener, Young Entrepreneur’s summit, Mr. Ephraim Abutu said “we want to impact lives and create a better opportunity for the youth in every community for them to be able to make use of their skills and to be themselves.
We also believe in using this medium to correct the mindset of the youth and to open their mind up for innovative things, such as starting up their own business and being their own boss.
Every year, our vision is to build more entrepreneurs by giving them a chance to learn more from people through our free training and internship in digital marketing, content creation etc with Toolz Academy, free employability boot camp for 20 people with Sirus Circuts and free course materials from MIT alumnus and one-on-one mentorship etc. he added.