A new Entrepreneurship Career Centre unveils for African in Diaspora
A new centre, the Entrepreneurship Career Centre (ECC) has been unveiled today in London under the Chairmanship of Distinguished Excellency, Paul Goa Zoumanigui, Ambassador of the Republic of Guinea to the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland, Ireland and Iceland.
In his opening remarks, the Ambasador solicits for the support of all other Africans countries to create a condsive environs for the centre and its prominent succeed.
The keynote speaker, Distinguished Business Leader H.E Dr Bamanga Tukur (CON), President, African Business Roundtable, Chairman, NEPAD Business Group and Nigerian Ambassador-At- Large is ably represented by the Nigerians in Diaspora Mentoring Corp CG, Alistair Soyode spoke on the youthfulness of Africa and her potentials away from resources but towards the younger generations.
“The wealth of nations depends on resourceful and entrepreneurial humans, and as a strong promoter of business in Africa we need to educate our youths to handle the demands of the future. By 2030 African youths rather than natural resources could become the continents greatest assets; the world currently has the largest amount of youths than any other period in history and through developing their capacity they can transform the world” Dr Tukur emphasised
ECC is a non-profit dedicated to entrepreneurship career development research, training, coaching, mentoring, advocacy and education. We showcase, promote and celebrate worldwide aspects of entrepreneurship career opportunity identification and development.
The ECC encourages society to action implementable support for an entrepreneurial economy.
The founder of the Centre, Dr. Beem Beeka said “We plan to impact the world through positioning entrepreneurship as a viable career and employment choice for millions. Hence, we design and implement programs that facilitate entrepreneurial education, the perception, supply of entrepreneurs, ability and the competence needed to sustainably start and operate feasible businesses, raise potentials, and alleviate poverty.