Youth entrepreneurship forum host empowerment platform

The conference is aimed at developing the next generation of African entrepreneurs

A.Y.E officials with VP Osinbajo

The Africa’s Young Entrepreneur Student Association (AYESA) has disclosed plans for its 2015 AYESA conference which will be holding in Nigeria.

Olufemi Adeniran Fajemisin, country manager, Africa’s Young Entrepreneurs (AYE), speaking to journalists on Sunday, stated that the conference is aimed at developing the next generation of African entrepreneurs, according to a report by Nigeria CommunicationsWeek.

Fajemisin also stressed that the inaugural conference will be directed towards identifying the links between entrepreneurship, education and mapping out a route for students in Nigeria to tap into the numerous business opportunities available.

The conference is themed “Entrepreneurship in education” and will have choice speakers in attendance as well as provide young entrepreneurs with the opportunity to exhibit their businesses for direct sales, marketing, networking and so on.

AYESA is currently in 19 countries.


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