DEPUTY Minister in the Prime Minister’s Office (Labour, Youth, Employment & Persons with Disability), Patrobas Katambi has challenged the youth to be innovative while embracing commitment, competence and integrity when setting up businesses.
He said being focused is one of the qualities that would make them conquer not only local but also the international market.
“You should operate in a way that enables you to win customers’ confidence by working on the challenges that you encounter,” Mr Katambi told the youths.
He made the call over the weekend when he officiated at the launch of the Regent University Business Development Centre (BDC).
The event was organised by the Kingdom Leadership Network Tanzania (KLNT).
The Kingdom Leadership Network Tanzania (KLNT) has partnered with the USA-based Regent University to start a business development centre in the country.
KLNT Executive Chairman Issac Mpatwa said KLI-REGENT Business Development Centre (BDC) was launched early this month with training starting over the weekend in Dodoma and Dar es Salaam.
“Our training programmes are offered for a period of 20 weeksn and they are practical based programmes. At the end of the training we will have potential entrepreneurs who can make a difference,” said Mpatwa.
He said the programme is tailor-made to guide entrepreneurs and to take their businesses forward with confidence and innovation.
“This is an excellent platform and great opportunity for changing of business operation mindset,” he said.