Sesmani on a quest to help entrepreneurs
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.