Monday, September 17, 2012

Raising a new generation of African Entrepreneurs

There is a difference between entrepreneurship and business. Yes, there is, entrepreneurs are not necessarily business people. Entrepreneurship is now defined to include leadership generally. Creative Leadership I'd add.

So, let me cut to the chase, in this blogpost on the Global Changamakers website, I explain why it is essential to attend the Harambe Bretton Woods Symposium VI, recommending it specifically for young and entrepreneurial Africans, with new ideas about the way forward for the continent reading this. Those who sense the urgency, opportunity and responsibility of our time and would like to rely on a global support network of like-minded, driven and motivated young Africans to transcend their nascent ideas into high impact action.

In the same post, I reveal how I met Ms. Naseemah Mohamed, the amazing Zimbabwean lady we co-founded Center for African Cultural Excellence with. If you know a young African bustling with ideas, tell them to apply to attend the HBWS VI, the application is here. I shall not be blamed for having not shown the cow where the stream is. It is up to the cow to drink. Good luck.

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