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YECSI bootcamp entrepreneurship training starts in Malaita

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The Young Entrepreneurship Council of Solomon Islands today started a three days bootcamp entrepreneurship training at Haodaikirio homestay in the highlands of Central Kwara’ae for 30 young aspiring entrepreneurs in Malaita province, specifically Auki LangaLanga and Central Kwara’ae constituency. The Bootcamp training is supported by Australia’s Strongim Bisnis program under the Solomon Islands-Australia Economic Partnership.

Malaita Provincial Youth Council President Mr. Philip Subu in his opening remarks stated that he’s very happy that this training is made available for his young people in Malaita and encourage participants to be serious and learn as much they can to help them and their communities to look at ways, they can support each other in terms of running their business or making their business idea into reality. He also thanked the Australian Government through Strongim Bisnis for funding this bootcamp entrepreneurship training and making it available for young people in their rural communities to access such important and valuable training.

YECSI Coordinator Maverick Seda in his opening remarks, did give a brief background to the participants about the role and mandate of the Young Entrepreneurs Council Solomon Islands. He further stated that he wants to see these amazing young people to be open up to discuss and fully participate in this training and looking forward to learn, share and support these young people during the cause of the 3 days bootcamp entrepreneurship training.

“I’m so inspired by the energy and enthusiasm of these young people, and I can’t wait to see what they’ll achieve with the knowledge and tools they will gain from this bootcamp training”

Over the next three days, our trainer Dr. Wale Tobata and the YECSI secretariat will be providing training and support to help these young and aspiring entrepreneurs develop their skills and turn their business ideas into reality.

YECSI continues to acknowledge its partners MFAT through the New Zealand High Commission to Honiara, the Solomon Island Chamber of Commerce and the Solomon Islands Government for supporting all its operational activities. YECSI also thanked its supporters, Our Telekom, Solrais Company Ltd and Solomon Ports, Solomon Airlines, Tongs, Pasifiki HR, Bmobile and SINIS.

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