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15 08, 2017

How learners can “push” their schools to get involved in an entrepreneurial society

2017-08-04T09:36:13+00:00 August 15th, 2017|Articles for Teens|

In sandy desert parched places like Dubai – a city-state in the United Arab Emirates – people don’t depend on rain to fall from the sky before progressing with that which they aspire to do. Rather, they assemble their collective resources and expertise to grow abundant crops, even in spite of the rain, or the [...]

8 08, 2017

Empowering teachers and facilitators to plant entrepreneurial seeds

2017-08-04T09:37:15+00:00 August 8th, 2017|Upcoming Workshops|

What is greater than time? When it is spent, the game’s over. We must, but progress to the next episode, wherever that may be. Of all the things we can do for our children, perhaps nothing is greater than planting a seed. Hidden in a seed, is the power to live again and multiply, even [...]

31 07, 2017

Changemakers – Social Entrepreneurial Collaboration

2017-07-11T06:25:38+00:00 July 31st, 2017|Articles for Teens|

Nowadays, entrepreneurship needs to be about so much more than simply dreaming up a big idea and taking the action necessary in order to turn it into a reality. It needs to be about changing the world! Unfortunately, changing the world all by yourself can be a frustrating, exhausting and lonely road. So what is [...]

24 07, 2017

How Young Entrepreneurs Will Contribute to South Africa’s Transformation

2017-07-11T06:25:22+00:00 July 24th, 2017|Articles for Parents|

There is much emphasis placed on the importance of championing entrepreneurialism within the local youth for each individual’s own personal benefit, and for increasing the chances of a brighter future. […]

10 07, 2017

Make the Most of Your Holidays: Attend the Teen Boss Event!

2017-07-11T06:24:17+00:00 July 10th, 2017|Articles for Teens|

Yeah! School’s out, well for a while at least! Which means plenty of opportunity to check out that ‘13 Reasons Why’ show on Netflix that everyone’s been talking about… or challenge your mates to a few rounds of FIFA, right? Not entirely, no! While chill time is important, especially if you’ve been working really hard [...]

26 06, 2017

Investing in Your Child’s Future: Encouraging Entrepreneurship from an Early Age

2017-06-06T07:40:58+00:00 June 26th, 2017|Articles for Parents|

While many people argue that true leaders are born that way, the fact of the matter is that leadership can be taught. The trick is to start instilling this characteristic in your child from a very early age. Encouraging leadership and entrepreneurship potential is certain to be a wise investment in your child’s future and [...]

19 06, 2017

Overcoming Gender Bias as a Female Entrepreneur in South Africa

2017-06-06T07:39:26+00:00 June 19th, 2017|Articles for Teens|

Despite the fact that women were granted equal rights many, many years ago, there is no denying that there is still a gender bias problem all around the globe – and South Africa definitely isn’t an exception. Not only do women generally receive lower incomes than men regardless of possessing the same skills and filling [...]

12 06, 2017

Are you Starting your Own Business for all the Wrong Reasons?

2017-06-06T07:37:48+00:00 June 12th, 2017|Articles for Teens|

When you’re passionate about something, you’re super ambitious and you want to put your unique talents to good use. Venturing out into the big, bad world and fulfilling your potential as an entrepreneur is both a rewarding and thrilling feat. The question is, is it actually possible to start a business for the wrong reasons? [...]

6 06, 2017

Why Schools Should Teach Entrepreneurship

2017-06-06T07:35:59+00:00 June 6th, 2017|Articles for Parents|

Schools teach our children all about algebra, geometry, history and divinity, subjects which provide them with skills and knowledge that the majority will likely never use again in their adult lives (although few of us would be willing to admit this to our little ones!). Although subjects and lesson plans are slowly evolving, it still [...]