Ses­mani on a quest to help en­trepreneurs

The New Age (Northern Cape) - - NEWS - DIKELEDI RAMABOPA dikeledir@the­newage.co.za

SIBABALWE Ses­mani the founder of Unortho­dox is on a quest to help young en­trepreneurs find their feet in the busi­ness world and also dis­cuss the chal­lenges they face daily.

Ses­mani will be host­ing the Women’s Youth­preneur Break­fast that is aimed at fe­male and young en­trepreneurs that will at­tract more than 100 del­e­gates.

The event seeks to find so­lu­tions hin­der­ing fe­male Youth­preneurs from grow­ing and pol­icy mak­ers, pri­vate in­sti­tu­tions and fund­ing or­gan­i­sa­tions of­ten form part of these dis­cus­sions.

She said the theme links in with her­itage as it is Her­itage Month as it is clev­erly ti­tled What is your Why?

The theme ques­tions and speaks to the ori­gins of busi­ness and why these en­trepreneurs started their busi­ness.

“The event started in 2015 and the vi­sion be­hind it is to gather fe­male en­trepreneurs to come to­gether to chat about is­sues that they face in busi­ness,” she said. Ses­mani said the break­fasts are aimed at en­cour­ag­ing more women and youths to get into busi­ness and get the older women in busi­ness to men­tor the up­com­ing Youth­preneuers and to find tac­ti­cal so­lu­tions in­stead of just talking and do­ing noth­ing.

The break­fast will be on Septem­ber 28 at Open Sand­ton from 9.30am.

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