Dr Nondumiso Mzizana says the education system in the country is focused on creating employees rather than employers.
“We are groomed from childhood to believe that the only way to success is getting a job on completing that degree,” Mzizana says.
She says with her annual Success Summit, held in October, she gives entrepreneurs a platform to share ideas to ensure that their businesses succeed.
She says the summit is aimed at creating 50 new enterprises a year that are sustainable and which, with guidance, will take a shorter route.
“The Success Summit is aimed at moving entrepreneurs – whether they are start-ups, cooperatives or fully fledged businesses – to greater heights,” she says.
“We show them the way to succeed in a particular industry by carefully selecting experts in that field.
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- Entrepreneurs: Passionate Experts at Getting It Done (zintro.com)
- Are Entrepreneurs Made Or Born? A Female Founder Weighs In (women2.com)
- 9 Common Myths About Entrepreneurs (grasshopper.com)