Young Entrepeneurs Market is a market for kids by kids!
YEM is a market for kids by kids!
Kids are our future. It is important for us to think about how we can shape them into future leaders, job creators and successful entrepreneurs. Children are born with the most amazing ability to imagine…to dream… to take risks. This is where YEM comes in. We are giving them the platform to use this ability.
They will have the opportunity create their own product, create the name, the look the feel – exactly the way they want to.
We will provide them with the guidelines to do a business plan where we show them step by step how to build their own little business.
Costing, Retailing, Profit.Teach them how to make money not just want money. And more importantly to teach them about giving back in business.
The market comes with a judging panel that will assess each vendor and at the end of the market the child with the most innovative product and business plan that checks all the boxes will win an incredible prize.
PRIZE – Business Package
- Design package (logo, packaging & CI and mini website)
- Funding to get product into market & marketing plan going forward.
- POP up stall for a period of 4 weeks.
- Business Strategy and leadership mentor from LINC Church.
- Life Coaching, Youth Leader – LINC church
Portion of the Funds raised on entry will go to VISION 153, assisting families and individuals by helping them in their crisis and need and assisting them back into our society so they in turn can assist and positively influence the people around them.
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