Skills Round 2

Based on your discussions in Round 1, below are the top challenges young entrepreneurs face in developing the skills needed to launch and grow their businesses. Now, in Round 2, we are discussing the opportunities or solutions to address these challenges.

To add to the discussion, click on one of the challenges listed below. Then, submit a new idea in the text box provided, comment on an existing idea and vote for the opportunities you believe hold the greatest potential.

Validation to pursue ideas Click to view archived challenge
Lack of role models Click to view archived challenge
Not being a “business” head Click to view archived challenge
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  3. Funding

    More funding is needed from government to give businesses incentives to hire young people in positions which will actually provide them with useful skills.

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