Community should be applauded for Tech Fest initiative
The Collie community should be recognised and congratulated for their forward-thinking approach in helping the next generation of entrepreneurs reach their full potential at the inaugural Art and Tech Fest.
By taking the time to hear the needs of emerging leaders, and more importantly putting those ideas into action, they are investing in their youth and leading by example.
The 18 months of hard work to get the festival off the ground will ensure young entrepreneurs hit the ground running as they pursue career and business opportunities.
The lesson to take from this event is the recognition that young people play “a big part of our future”, Operation Next Gen manager Kerry Anderson said, and it is important to steer them on the right path.
The industry professionals who have agreed to impart their wisdom to emerging creatives should also be commended for dedicating their time to give participants a head start.
We hope the community will show its support of this fantastic initiative to ensure the betterment of our aspiring creative entrepreneurs in the years to come.
Respected Bunbury artist Andrew Frazer will share his own experiences in the art and business workshop at Collie’s Art and Tech Fest in November.