Friday, May 24, 2024

For: Parents

The Young Entrepreneur’s Playbook – Using failure as a shortcut to success

Image: Lindile Xoko During times of increased unemployment rates amongst the youth, Lindile Xoko has crafted a valuable...

The 7 Things Every Young Black Entrepreneur Should Know

As a parent of a young entrepreneur, it can be challenging to support and guide your child...

Entrepreneurship: A Viable Career Choice for the Future

Image: Noreen Mutavhatsindi showcasing her business Phindulo Tutoring at an Allan GrayCelebration event. Entrepreneurship empowers young individuals to...

Essential tips for parents to support their business-savvy kids

We asked the parents of our Anzisha fellows Munyaradzi Makosa (Zimbabwe), Jovia Nassuna Kintu (Uganda) and Tafadzwa...

Young entrepreneurs driving Africa’s green economy

Africa is a continent that is home to more than a billion people. As the population continues...

Cultivating a growth mindset in teen entrepreneurs

A growth mindset fuels innovation, creativity and resilience in entrepreneurs. As parents, we have the opportunity to...

Parents react to their kids choosing entrepreneurship as a career!

Image: Tafadzwa Chikwereti (2021 Anzisha Prize Cohort) and his mom celebrating his graduation at National University of...

Identifying your child’s entrepreneurial potential

Every child is unique and possesses different talents and interests. As parents, it is our responsibility to...

The influence of family background on entrepreneurial skill development

Image: South African entrepreneur and Anzisha fellow, Masello Mokhoro and her mother. Family background plays a significant role...

Anzisha Prize unveils four $10,000 grand prize winners

Tsanta Rakotoarimanga, Madagascar, founder of Mapwess awarded Revenue Growth Prize Rebecca Taboukouna, Togo, founder of RBK Pearls awarded...

Nurturing Africa’s young entrepreneurs through coaching and mentorship

Entrepreneurship amongst young Africans has the greatest potential to confront the many socio-economic issues facing the continent...

Why should more parents care about entrepreneurship?

After noticing his love for farming while he was in primary school, Martin’s Sure Ondiwa's mother was...

Anzisha partners with Nafham on free parent’s Arabic course

Anzisha and Nafham By Tyro have collaborated to launch a free Arabic version of our course, Think...

It takes a village: An entrepreneurial support system success story

Elizabeth’s education in rural Uganda was cut short when the fees became too much for her family,...

3 ways to encourage your children to be entrepreneurial-minded

Parents and guardians are often the first influence in a child’s entrepreneurial journey. By introducing our children...

Strategies for preparing children for the future of work

African Leadership Academy's  (ALA) Dean Uzo Agyare-Kumi is a mother of two and serves as Chair for the...

Why aren’t parents buying into the concept of entrepreneurship?

Why aren’t parents buying into the concept of entrepreneurship? Anzisha conducted a survey in which we interviewed 246...

The Anzisha Scenario – A future where students of high potential choose entrepreneurship as a career

The term “4th Industrial Revolution” has come to embody the conversation around the future of supply-side of the jobs debate -skills and education. We hope to drive new research, discussion and policy around the demand-side of employment by deeply exploring entrepreneurship as a career -particularly for students of high potential.

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