Why is this important?
Everyone agrees that entrepreneurship can drive job creation. But if there aren’t enough jobs to start with, we need to explore some big questions:
- What does the transition from a high school and university directly into entrepreneurship look like?
- What kind of experience, skills and support is required to be successful at a very young age?
- How do we encourage the most talented young people to pursue this path rather than other careers?
This ground-breaking event will explore excellence in entrepreneurship education and celebrate approaches to supporting very young African entrepreneurs (15 to 25-year-olds).
Make sure that you catch the live broadcast
on CNBC Africa (DSTV channel 410).
If you are a young African entrepreneur who is already running a business, you should apply today for the Anzisha Prize and you could win a share of US$100 000!
If you are a member of the media, and would like to cover the event, please contact us on firstname.lastname@example.org to get your press accreditation.
The #AnzishaScenario Panel
Junior Achievement, Africa
Sibusiso "Dj Sbu" Leone
The Incubator Panel
The Educators Panel
Springfield Convent School
The Investors Panel
Founder & Chair
Very Young Entrepreneurs Panel
Author of Forbes Africa 30 under 30
The Parents Panel
REGISTER TO ATTEND
The inaugural summit is an invitation only event, and tickets are sold out. However, due to unprecedented demand and interest from our media campaigns, we have released a block of tickets on a waitlist. If you would like to apply for one of these tickets, please email email@example.com with your name, contact details, organisation and why you would like to attend. We'll release as many tickets as we can before April 8th. There is no cost to attend, should you be awarded a ticket.